Full publication lists can be found on the home page of individual group members. In addition, you can search Surrey Research Insight Open Access to download available papers.

Environmental issues

Resources and energy 

  • Hope, A. L., Jones, C. R., Webb, T. L., Watson, M. T., & Kaklamanou, D. (2017). The Role of Compensatory Beliefs in Rationalizing Environmentally Detrimental Behaviors. Environment and Behavior.
  • Jones, C. R., Olfe-Kraeutlein, B., Naims, H., & Armstrong, K. (2017). The social acceptance of carbon dioxide utilisation: A review and research agenda. Frontiers in Energy Research5, 1-11.
  • Jones, C.R., Elgueta, H., & Eiser, J.R. (2015). Reconciling nuclear risk: the impact of the Fukushima accident on comparative preferences for nuclear power in UK electricity generation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 46, 242-256.
  • Murtagh, N., Gatersleben, B., Cowen, L & Uzzell, D (2015). Does perception of automation undermine pro-environmental behaviour? Findings from three everyday settings. Journal of Environmental Psychology42, 139-148.
  • Murtagh, N., Nati, M, Headley, W., Gatersleben, B., Gluhak, A, Imran, M., Uzzell, D. (2013). Individual energy use and feedback in an office setting: a field trial. Energy Policy, 62, 717-728.


  • Gatersleben, B. (2012). The Psychology of Sustainable Transport. The Psychologist, 25, 676-679
  • Gatersleben, B. & Appleton, K. (2007). Contemplating cycling to work; attitudes and perceptions in different stages of change. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 41, 302-312.
  • Gatersleben, B. & Uzzell, D. (2007). The journey to work: exploring commuter mood among driver, cyclists, walkers and users of public transport. Environment and Behavior, 39, 416-431.
  • Gatersleben, B. & Uzzell, D. (2003). Local transport problems and possible solutions. Comparing perceptions of residents, councillors, officers and organisations. Local Environment, 8, 387-406.
  • Murtagh N, Gatersleben B, & Uzzell D. (2012). Self-identity Threat and Resistance to Change: Evidence from Regular Travel Behaviour.  Journal of Environmental Psychology, 32, 318-326.
  • Uzzell D, & Muckle R. (2005). Simulating traffic engineering solutions to predict changes in driving behaviour. Transportation Research Part F-Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 8, 311-329. 

Waste, pollution and litter  

Consumption, production and trade unions 

  • Burningham, K., Venn, S., Christie, I, Jackson, T. & Gatersleben, B (2014). New Motherhood: a moment of change in everyday shopping practices? Young Consumers, 15, 211- 226
  • Gatersleben, B. C. M., Murtagh, N., & Abrahamse, W. (2012). Values, identity and pro-environmental behaviour, Contemporary Social Science: Journal of the Academy of Social Sciences9, 347-392.
  • Gatersleben, B & Steg, L. (2012). Affective and symbolic aspects of environmental behaviour. In: L. Steg, A. Van den Berg, J. de Groot (eds). Environmental Psychology, an Introduction, Chapter 16, 166-174.
  • Pepper, M., Jackson, T., & Uzzell, D. (2011).An Examination of Christianity and Socially Conscious and Frugal Consumer behaviors. Environment and Behavior, 43, 274-290.
  • Lundström, R, Räthzel, N., & Uzzell, D., (2015) ‘Disconnected Spaces: introducing environmental perspectives into the trade union agenda top-down and bottom-up’, Environmental Sociology, 1, 166-176
  • Spinney, J., Burningham, K., Cooper, G., Green, N., & Uzzell, D. (2013) "‘What I’ve found is that your related experiences tend to make you dissatisfied’”, Journal of Consumer Culture, 12, 347 – 370.

Heritage interperation  

  • Ballantyne, R. & Uzzell, DL. (1999). ‘International trends in heritage and environmental interpretation: moving towards the social dimension in Australian research and practice’, Journal of Interpretation Research, 4, 59-75
  • Uzzell, D. (2009). ‘Where is the discipline in heritage studies? Some methodological reflections’, in Sørensen, M.L.S. & Carman, J. (eds.) 2009. Heritage Studies: methods and approaches. London: Routledge.
  • Uzzell, D. (2004) 'The Dialectic of Past-Present Relations' in D. Barker and D. Cranstone (eds.) The Archaeology of Industrialisation, Post Medieval Archaeology Society Monograph No2, Leeds: Maney Publishing, 5-14.
  • Uzzell, D., Pol, E. & Badenes, D. (2002) ‘Place identification, social cohesion and environmental sustainability’, Environment and Behavior, 34, 26-53.
  • Youn, S. & Uzzell, D. (2016) ‘An Exploration of the Young Generations’ Conceptualisation of Colonial Heritage Attractions in South Korea’, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 21, 1324-1342 

Nature experiences  

  • Davis, N. & Gatersleben, B. (2013).Transcendent Experiences in Wild and Manicured Settings: The Influence of the Trait Connectedness to Nature. Ecopsychology, 5, 92-102.
  • Gatersleben, B. & Andrews, M (2013). When walking in nature is not restorative; The role of prospect and refuge. Health and Place, 20, 91-101.
  • Greenwood, A. & Gatersleben, B. (2016). Let's go outside! Environmental restoration amongst adolescents and the impact of friends and phones. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 131-139.
  • Ratcliffe, E., Gatersleben, B., & Sowden, PT. (2016). Associations with bird sounds: How do they relate to perceived restorative potential? Journal of Environmental Psychology, 47, 136-144
  • Shaw, B., Coyle, A., Gatersleben, B. & Ungar, S. (2015). Exploring nature experiences of people with visual impairments. Psyecology6, 287-327.
  • Wyles, K. J., Pahl, S., & Thompson, R. C. (2014). Perceived risks and benefits of recreational visits to the marine environment: Integrating impacts on the environment and impacts on the visitorOcean and Coastal Management, 88, 53-63. 

Place and space 

  • Acuña-Rivera, M., Uzzell, D., & Brown, J. (2014) ‘The mediating role of risk perception in neighbourhood disorder and perceptions of safety about victimization’ Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 64-75
  • Clark, C., & Uzzell, D.L. (2002). The affordances of the home, neighbourhood, school and town centre for adolescents. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 22, 95-108.
  • Gatersleben, B. Murtagh, N. & White, E. (2013). Hoody, goody or buddy? How travel mode affects social perceptions in urban neighbourhoods. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 21, 219-230.
  • Gatersleben, B., Clark, C., Reeve, A. & Uzzell, D. (2007). The influence of a new transport link on residential communities in London, UK. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 27, 145-153.
  • Räthzel, N., Uzzell, D., Lundström, R. & Leandro, B.  (2015) ‘Spaces of civil society and the practices of resistance and subordination’, Journal of Civil Society, 11, 154-169
  • Speller, G.M. & Twigger-Ross, C.L. (2009). Cultural and social disconnection in the context of a changed physical environment. Geografiska Annaler: Series, B, Human Geography, 91, 355-369.
  • Speller, G.M., Lyons, E. & Twigger-Ross, C. (2002). A community in transition: the relationship between spatial change and identity processes. Social Psychological Review, 4, 39-58.
  • Twigger-Ross, C., & Uzzell, D. (1996). Place identity and place attachment. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 16, 205-220.
  • Uzzell, D., Pol, E., & Badenas, D. (2002). Place identification, social cohesion, and environmental sustainability. Environment and Behavior, 34, 26-53.
  • White, E. & Gatersleben, B. (2011). Greenery on residential buildings: Does it affect preferences and perceptions of beauty? Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31, 89-98