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 Research, 5, 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 Psychology, 42, 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
- Anderson, A.G., Grose, J., Pahl, S., Thompson, R. C., & Wyles, K. J. (2016). Microplastics in personal care products: Exploring perceptions of environmentalists, beauticians and students. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 113, 454-460.
- Pahl, P., & Wyles, K. J. (2016). The human dimension: How social and behavioural research methods can help address microplastics in the environment. Analytical Methods, 9, 1404-1411
- Shearer, L., Gatersleben, B. Morse, S. Smyth, M & Hunt, S. (2016). A problem unstuck? Evaluating the effectiveness of sticker prompts for encouraging household food waste recycling behaviour. Waste Management, 60, 164-172.
- Wyles, K. J., Pahl, S., Holland, M., & Thompson, R. C. (2016). Can Beach Cleans Do More Than Clean-Up Litter? Comparing Beach Cleans to Other Coastal Activities. Environment & Behavior, 49, 509-535
- Wyles, K. J., Pahl, S., Thomas, K., & Thompson, R. C. (2016). Factors that can undermine the psychological benefits of coastal environments: Exploring the effect of tidal state, presence, and type of litter. Environment & Behavior, 48, 1095-1126.
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 Sciences, 9, 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.
- 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 No. 2, 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
- 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. Psyecology, 6, 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 visitor. Ocean 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