Kayleigh Wyles
Kayleigh Wyles
Lecturer of Environmental Psychology, University of Surrey
Zweryfikowany adres z surrey.ac.uk
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Global ecological, social and economic impacts of marine plastic
NJ Beaumont, M Aanesen, MC Austen, T Börger, JR Clark, M Cole, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 142, 189-195, 2019
2362019
Are some natural environments more psychologically beneficial than others? The importance of type and quality on connectedness to nature and psychological restoration
KJ Wyles, MP White, C Hattam, S Pahl, H King, M Austen
Environment and Behavior 51 (2), 111-143, 2019
1002019
Factors that can undermine the psychological benefits of coastal environments: exploring the effect of tidal state, presence, and type of litter
KJ Wyles, S Pahl, K Thomas, RC Thompson
Environment and Behavior 48 (9), 1095-1126, 2016
962016
Microplastics in personal care products: Exploring perceptions of environmentalists, beauticians and students
AG Anderson, J Grose, S Pahl, RC Thompson, KJ Wyles
Marine pollution bulletin 113 (1-2), 454-460, 2016
832016
Can beach cleans do more than clean-up litter? Comparing beach cleans to other coastal activities
KJ Wyles, S Pahl, M Holland, RC Thompson
Environment and Behavior 49 (5), 509-535, 2017
592017
Perceived risks and benefits of recreational visits to the marine environment: Integrating impacts on the environment and impacts on the visitor
KJ Wyles, S Pahl, RC Thompson
Ocean & Coastal Management 88, 53-63, 2014
572014
The human dimension: how social and behavioural research methods can help address microplastics in the environment
S Pahl, KJ Wyles
Analytical Methods 9 (9), 1404-1411, 2017
56*2017
Channelling passion for the ocean towards plastic pollution
S Pahl, KJ Wyles, RC Thompson
Nature human behaviour 1 (10), 697-699, 2017
532017
Towards a marine mindset: Visiting an aquarium can improve attitudes and intentions regarding marine sustainability
KJ Wyles, S Pahl, M White, S Morris, D Cracknell, RC Thompson
Visitor Studies 16 (1), 95-110, 2013
512013
A scientific perspective on microplastics in nature and society
B Koelmans, S Pahl, T Backhaus, F Bessa, G van Calster, N Contzen, ...
SAPEA, 2019
472019
Ways forward for aquatic conservation: Applications of environmental psychology to support management objectives
K Walker-Springett, R Jefferson, K Böck, A Breckwoldt, E Comby, M Cottet, ...
Journal of environmental management 166, 525-536, 2016
352016
Sources, fate and effects of microplastics in the environment: a global assessment
A Anderson, A Andrady, C Arthur, J Baker, H Bouwman, S Gall, ...
International Maritime Organization, 2015
212015
An evaluation of the Fishing For Litter (FFL) scheme in the UK in terms of attitudes, behavior, barriers and opportunities
KJ Wyles, S Pahl, L Carroll, RC Thompson
Marine pollution bulletin 144, 48-60, 2019
162019
Valuation of marine plastic pollution in the European Arctic: Applying an integrated choice and latent variable model to contingent valuation
TG Abate, T Börger, M Aanesen, J Falk-Andersson, KJ Wyles, ...
Ecological Economics 169, 106521, 2020
132020
A framework linking ecosystem services and human well‐being: Saltmarsh as a case study
OR Rendón, A Garbutt, M Skov, I Möller, M Alexander, R Ballinger, ...
People and nature 1 (4), 486-496, 2019
112019
Determinants of hand hygiene behaviour based on the Theory of Interpersonal Behaviour
TR Kupfer, KJ Wyles, F Watson, RM La Ragione, MA Chambers, ...
Journal of Infection Prevention 20 (5), 232-237, 2019
82019
Enhancing the “marine mindset”: the effects of an aquarium visit and information booklet on attitudes and intentions about fish sustainability and marine pollution
KJ Wyles, S Pahl, M White, S Morris, D Cracknell, RC Thompson
Visitor Studies 16 (1), 95-110, 2013
82013
Ecosystem services: A bridge or barrier for UK marine stakeholders?
E McKinley, JF Pagès, KJ Wyles, N Beaumont
Ecosystem Services 37, 100922, 2019
72019
Nature connectedness and well-being from recent nature visits: the role of environment type and quality
K Wyles, MP White, C Hattam, S Pahl, M Austin
Environ. Behav 5, 111-143, 2019
72019
Object narratives as a methodology for mitigating marine plastic pollution: multidisciplinary investigations in Galápagos
J Schofield, KJ Wyles, S Doherty, A Donnelly, J Jones, A Porter
Antiquity 94 (373), 228-244, 2020
62020
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