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Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

Winkler-Schor, S. & Brauer, M. (In press). What happens when payments end? Fostering long-term behavior change with financial incentives. Perspectives on Psychological Science.

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Winkler-Schor S., van Riper C., Landon A. & Keller R. (2020). Determining the Role of Eudaimonic Values in Conservation Behavior. Conservation Biology. Conservation Biology, 34(6), 1404-1415.

 

van Riper C.J., Winkler-Schor S., Stamberger L., Keller R., Raymond C., Braito M., Golebie E., Eriksson M., & Johnson D.N. (2019). Integrating multi-scale values and pro-environmental behavior in a protected area. Sustainability Sci.

Scullion, J. J., Vogt, K. A., Drahota, B., Winkler-Schor, S., & Lyons, M. (2019). Conserving the Last Great Forests. A Meta-Analysis Review of the Drivers of Intact Forest Loss and the Policies and Strategies to Save Them. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2, 62.

 

van Riper C.J., Winkler-Schor S., Stamberger L., Keller R., Raymond C., Braito M., Golebie E., Eriksson M., & Johnson D.N. (2019). Integrating multi-scale values and pro-environmental behavior in a protected area. Sustainability Sci

 

Johnson D. N., van Riper C. J., Chu M., & Winkler-Schor S. (2019). Comparing the social values of ecosystem services in US and Australian marine protected areas. Ecosystem Services, 37, 100919.

 

Scullion J. J., Vogt K. A., Winkler-Schor S., Sienkiewicz A, Peña C, & Hajek, F. (2016). Designing conservation-development policies for the forest frontier. Sustainability Science, 11(2), 295-306.

Publications in progress 

Winkler-Schor, S., Coon, J.J., Sanji, D., Barefoot-Jaeger, M. (in review). When it comes to research on land management behavior, how are we doing? A systematic review on measurement, theory, and suggestions for improvement. Conservation Science and Practice.

Winkler-Schor, S., Eyster, H., Lobo, D., Wright, A., Lukasik, V., Redmore, L., Blount-Hill, K., Tully, B., Christenson, C., & Nyssa, Z. (2nd round reviews). Enhancing disciplinary diversity and inclusion in conservation science and practice using the Society for Conservation Biology. Invited to special issue of Conservation Biology: Voices in Conservation

Nyssa, Z., Winkler-Schor, S., Lobo, D., Eyster, H., Wright, A. (2nd round reviews). A Framework for Promoting Disciplinary Diversity and Inclusion Through Epistemic Justice. Invited to special issue of Conservation Biology: Voices in Conservation.

Winkler-Schor, S. & Brauer, M. (in progress). Promoting persistence in conservation behavior to combat climate change.

Reports (non peer-reviewed)

Schwerdtner Máñez K., Westerhout D., Miller B., Mahajan S., Burgess G., Wan Kam C., Winkler-Schor S. (2020). SAVE NATURE PLEASE: A Behaviour Change Framework for Conservation. World Wildlife Fund for Nature. (https://wwf.panda.org/?1036441/Using-behavioural-science-for-conservation) 

Scullion J, Alvarez Y, Cueto L, Gmur S, Kirkby C, Loja J, Obesso J, Odle A, Prado S, Porier A, Renfrigo P, Schreier A, Sienkiewicz A, Stutzman H, Vogt K, Winkler-Schor S, Zwicker S. (2015). Advancing Biodiversity Conservation in the Manu-Tambopata Corridor (MAT). Report prepared for Amazon Conservation Association and Asociación para la Conservación de la Cuenca Amazónica (for internal use only)

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