Elissa Pearson
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Evaluating the conservation impact of an innovative zoo‐based educational campaign:‘Don't Palm Us Off’for orang‐utan conservation
EL Pearson, R Lowry, J Dorrian, CA Litchfield
Zoo biology 33 (3), 184-196, 2014
602014
Harnessing visual media in environmental education: Increasing knowledge of orangutan conservation issues and facilitating sustainable behaviour through video presentations.
CA Pearson, E.L., Dorrian, J., & Litchfield
The media, animal conservation and environmental education, 751-767, 2011
41*2011
Positive and negative social exchanges and cognitive aging in young-old adults: Differential associations across family, friend, and spouse domains.
TD Windsor, D Gerstorf, E Pearson, LH Ryan, KJ Anstey
Psychology and Aging 29 (1), 28, 2014
332014
Measuring zoo visitor learning and understanding about orangutans: evaluation to enhance learning outcomes and to foster conservation action
EL Pearson, J Dorrian, CA Litchfield
Environmental Education Research 19 (6), 823-843, 2013
322013
Can we tweet, post, and share our way to a more sustainable society? A review of the current contributions and future potential of# socialmediaforsustainability
E Pearson, H Tindle, M Ferguson, J Ryan, C Litchfield
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 41, 2016
292016
Can positive social exchanges buffer the detrimental effects of negative social exchanges? Age and gender differences
KL Fiori, TD Windsor, EL Pearson, DA Crisp
Gerontology 59 (1), 40-52, 2013
282013
Marine wildlife entanglement: assessing knowledge, attitudes, and relevant behaviour in the Australian community
E Pearson, S Mellish, B Sanders, C Litchfield
Marine pollution bulletin 89 (1-2), 136-148, 2014
192014
Marine wildlife entanglement and the Seal the Loop initiative: a comparison of two free‐choice learning approaches on visitor knowledge, attitudes and conservation behaviour
S Mellish, EL Pearson, B Sanders, CA Litchfield
International Zoo Yearbook 50 (1), 129-154, 2016
142016
Neighbourhood characteristics and Ageing Well: A survey of older Australian adults
T Windsor, E Pearson, D CRISP, P Butterworth, K Anstey
Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing, 2012
122012
Research methods and reporting practices in zoo and aquarium conservation‐education evaluation
S Mellish, JC Ryan, EL Pearson, MR Tuckey
Conservation Biology 33 (1), 40-52, 2019
112019
Voices of the unheard: A qualitative survey exploring bereaved parents experiences of stillbirth stigma
D Pollock, E Pearson, M Cooper, T Ziaian, C Foord, J Warland
Women and Birth 33 (2), 165-174, 2020
102020
Normative data and longitudinal invariance of the Life Engagement Test (LET) in a community sample of older adults
EL Pearson, TD Windsor, DA Crisp, P Butterworth, PD Pilkington, ...
Quality of Life research 22 (2), 327-331, 2013
92013
A case study of orangutan and siamang behavior within a mixed-species zoo exhibit
EL Pearson, JM Davis, CA Litchfield
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 13 (4), 330-346, 2010
82010
Understanding stillbirth stigma: A scoping literature review
D Pollock, T Ziaian, E Pearson, M Cooper, J Warland
Women and Birth 33 (3), 207-218, 2020
72020
Conservation psychology: A gap in current Australian undergraduate psychology education?
E Pearson
Sustainability 5 (3), 1266-1281, 2013
72013
Humans and Sharks: Changing Public Perceptions and Overcoming Fear to Facilitate Shark Conservation
R Panoch, EL Pearson
Society & Animals 25 (1), 57-76, 2017
62017
Neighbourhood characteristics and ageing well—a survey of older Australian adults
E Pearson, T Windsor, DA Crisp, P Butterworth, K Anstey
National Seniors Productive Ageing Centre (NSPAC) research monograph 2, 2012
52012
Age group differences and longitudinal changes in approach–avoidance sensitivity: Findings from an 8-year longitudinal study
TD Windsor, EL Pearson, P Butterworth
Journal of Research in Personality 46 (6), 646-654, 2012
32012
Conservation psychology and its application to the survival of orangutans (Pongo abelii and Pongo pygmaeus)
E Pearson
School of Psychology, Social Work, and Social Policy, University of South …, 2012
32012
Increasing the work-readiness of Australian psychology undergraduates by changing the curriculum
J Bryan
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012
22012
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