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Bernardo Hernández

Researcher at University of La Laguna

Publications -  51
Citations -  3841

Bernardo Hernández is an academic researcher from University of La Laguna. The author has contributed to research in topics: Place attachment & Place identity. The author has an hindex of 16, co-authored 50 publications receiving 3246 citations.

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Place attachment: Conceptual and empirical questions

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors measured place attachment within three spatial ranges (house, neighbourhood, and city) and two dimensions (physical and social), in order to establish some comparison between them.
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Place attachment and place identity in natives and non-natives

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors compare place attachment to place identity in samples differentiated according to birthplace and length of residence, and the magnitude of these bonds to different places, finding that bonds are stronger with the city than with the neighbourhood, but that attachment and identity with the island are stronger than either of them.
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Self-Efficacy and Intrinsic Motivation Guiding Environmental Behavior

TL;DR: This article examined whether self-efficacy relates to the environmentally responsible behavior of recycling and whether intrinsic motivation serves to mediate the relationship between selfefficacy and environmentally responsible behaviour of recycling.
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The role of place identity and place attachment in breaking environmental protection laws

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors analyzed the relationship of place identity, place attachment and environmental attitudes to the personal and social norms that explain the likelihood of illegal behaviours against the environment and found that the strongest predictor of environmental transgression is personal norms, whereas place identity and place attachment have no direct relation with future transgression or personal norms.
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Place attachment and place identity in Israeli cities: The influence of city size

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors explored differences in the relation between the attachment and identity bonds established with place and the size of the environment, and found that the attachment was higher in large and small-sized cities than in medium-sized.