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Kayleigh Wyles
Kayleigh Wyles
Associate Professor of Environmental Psychology, University of Plymouth
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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
8152019
Sources, fate and effects of microplastics in the marine environment: a global assessment
PJ Kershaw
UNESCO: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, 2015
3252015
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
2832019
A scientific perspective on microplastics in nature and society
B Koelmans, S Pahl, T Backhaus, F Bessa, G van Calster, N Contzen, ...
SAPEA, 2019
2142019
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
2002016
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
1762016
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
1422017
Channelling passion for the ocean towards plastic pollution
S Pahl, KJ Wyles, RC Thompson
Nature human behaviour 1 (10), 697-699, 2017
1292017
The use of virtual reality in environment experiences and the importance of realism
M Newman, B Gatersleben, KJ Wyles, E Ratcliffe
Journal of environmental psychology 79, 101733, 2022
1082022
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
962017
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
752014
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
732020
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
682013
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
642019
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
502016
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
432019
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
322020
Citizen science in marine litter research: A review
LA Kawabe, NP Ghilardi-Lopes, A Turra, KJ Wyles
Marine Pollution Bulletin 182, 114011, 2022
292022
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
292019
Human perceptions and behaviour determine aquatic plastic pollution
S Pahl, I Richter, K Wyles
Plastics in the Aquatic Environment-Part II: Stakeholders' Role Against …, 2020
272020
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