Occupants Behavior Research Bibliography

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S. D’Oca, Hong, T., and Langevin, J., The human dimensions of energy use in buildings: A review, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 81, pp. 731-742, 2018.
A. L. Pisello and Asdrubali, F., Human-based energy retrofits in residential buildings: A cost-effective alternative to traditional physical strategies, APPL ENERG , vol. 133, pp. 224-235, 2014.
F. Jazizadeh, Ghahramani, A., Becerik-Gerber, B., Kichkaylo, T., and Orosz, M., Human-Building Interaction Framework for Personalized Thermal Comfort Driven Systems in Office Buildings, ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, Special Issue: Computational Approaches to Understand and Reduce Energy Consumption in the Built Environment, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 2-16, 2014.
D. Bonino, Corno, F., and De Russis, L., Home energy consumption feedback: A user survey, Energy and Buildings, vol. 47, pp. 383-393, 2012.
A. Meier, Aragon, C., Hurwitz, B., Mujumda, D., Peffer, T., and Perry, D., How people actually use thermostats, in In: ACEEE summer study on energy efficiency, Pacific Grove, CA, 2012.
K. Gram-Hanssen, Households' energy use - Which is the more important: efficient technologies or user practices?, pp. 992-999, 2011.
T. Peffer, Pritoni, M., Meier, A., Aragon, C., and Perry, D., How people use thermostats in homes: A review, Building and Environment, vol. 46, pp. 2529-2541, 2011.
A. Mahdavi, The human dimension of building performance simulation, in Proceedings of Building Simulation 2011, 12th Conference of International Building Performance Simulation Association, Sydney, 14-16 November., 2011.
R. E. Löfstedt, Hard habits to break - energy conservation in Sweden, Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable
, vol. 35, pp. 10-36, 1993.