Douglas MacFarlane
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Building a tool to overcome barriers in research-implementation spaces: The Conservation Evidence database
WJ Sutherland, NG Taylor, D MacFarlane, T Amano, AP Christie, LV Dicks, ...
Biological Conservation 238, 108199, 2019
Protecting consumers from fraudulent health claims: A taxonomy of psychological drivers, interventions, barriers, and treatments
D MacFarlane, MJ Hurlstone, UKH Ecker
Social Science & Medicine, 112790, 2020
Guidelines for communicating about bats to prevent persecution in the time of COVID-19
D MacFarlane, R Rocha
Biological Conservation 248, 108650, 2020
Motivations for the use and consumption of wildlife products
L Thomas‐Walters, A Hinsley, D Bergin, G Burgess, H Doughty, S Eppel, ...
Conservation Biology, 2020
The slave trade and the right of visit under the law of the sea convention: Exploitation in the fishing industry in New Zealand and Thailand
D MacFarlane
Asian Journal of International Law 7 (1), 94-123, 2017
Reducing demand for ineffective health remedies: Overcoming the illusion of causality
D MacFarlane, MJ Hurlstone, UKH Ecker
Psychology & Health 33 (12), 1472-1489, 2018
Refuting Spurious COVID-19 Treatment Claims Reduces Demand and Misinformation Sharing
D MacFarlane, LQ Tay, MJ Hurlstone, UKH Ecker
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2020
Countering demand for ineffective health remedies: Do consumers respond to risks, lack of benefits, or both?
D MacFarlane, MJ Hurlstone, UKH Ecker
Psychology & Health, 1-19, 2020
Insights from two decades of the Student Conference on Conservation Science
J Geldmann, H Alves-Pinto, T Amano, H Bartlett, AP Christie, L Collas, ...
Biological Conservation 243, 108478, 2020
Reducing Demand for Overexploited Wildlife Products: Lessons from Systematic Reviews from Outside Conservation Science
D MacFarlane, MJ Hurlstone, U Ecker, PJ Ferraro, S van der Linden, ...
OSF Preprints, 2020
Towards Robust Evaluations of Demand-Reduction Interventions
D MacFarlane
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