Faculty Scholarship, Research, and Creative Works


This section of ScholarWorks at CSUSM includes faculty scholarship, research, and creative works. The collections are organized by college, and then department. Faculty members, if you are interested in adding your scholarship, please contact Carmen Mitchell, Institutional Repository Librarian: cmitchell [at] csusm.edu.

University Library California State University, San Marcos Phone: 765-750-8358 Email: scholarworks [at] csusm.edu


All items in CSUSM ScholarWorks are protected by original copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.

Collections within Faculty Scholarship, Research, and Creative Works

Recent Submissions

  • Schultz, P. Wesley; Zelezny, Lynnette (Human Ecology Review, 2003)
    Prior research has explored the relationship between values, attitudes about environmental issues, and pro-environmental behavior. These studies have shown a consistent pattern of results—individuals who value self-transcendent ...
  • Schultz, P. Wesley; Gouveia, Valdiney; Cameron, Linda; Tankha, Geetika; Schmuck, Peter; Franek, Marek (Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 2005-07-01)
    Recent research has examined the relationship between values and attitudes about environmental issues. Findings from these studies have found values of self-transcendence (positively) and self-enhancement (negatively) to ...
  • Schultz, P. Wesley; Berger, Dale (Behavior, Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 1998-06)
    Thirty-one first-year psychology graduate students in a computer applications course completed a set of structured problems, unstructured problems, and data-screening problems in each of two statistical computing environments: ...
  • Schultz, P. Wesley (Journal of Environmental Psychology, 2001-12)
    Four studies are reported on the structure of environmental attitudes. Based on Stern & Dietz’ (1994) value- basis theory for environmental attitudes, we predicted that concerns for environmental issues would form three ...
  • Schultz, P. Wesley; Searleman, Alan (Personality and Individual Differences, 1998-03)
    We examine the relationship between the personality variable of Personal Need for Structure (PNS) and problem solving on the Einstellung water-jar task. The Einstellung task was administered under stressful and nonstressful ...