Joshua Trigg
Joshua Trigg
BPsychSci (Hons), PhD (Psychology)
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No pet or their person left behind: Increasing the disaster resilience of vulnerable groups through animal attachment, activities and networks
K Thompson, D Every, S Rainbird, V Cornell, B Smith, J Trigg
Animals 4 (2), 214-240, 2014
Engaging pet owners in disaster risk and preparedness communications: Simplifying complex human–animal relations with archetypes
J Trigg, K Thompson, B Smith, P Bennett
Environmental Hazards 14 (3), 236-251, 2015
An experience sampling approach to investigating associations between pet presence and indicators of psychological wellbeing and mood in older Australians
PC Bennett, JL Trigg, T Godber, C Brown
Anthrozoös 28 (3), 403-420, 2015
Does emotional closeness to pets motivate their inclusion in bushfire survival plans? Implications for emergency communicators
J Trigg, B Smith, K Thompson
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 30 (2), 24, 2015
Capturing community experiences South Australian bushfires January 2014
J Trigg, S Rainbird, K Thompson, C Bearman, L Wright, J McLennan
Australia: Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC,, 2015
An Animal Just Like Me: The Importance of Preserving the Identities of Companion-Animal Owners in Disaster Contexts
J Trigg, K Thompson, B Smith, P Bennett
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (1), 26-40, 2016
It comes with the job: work organizational, job design, and self-regulatory barriers to improving the health status of train drivers
A Naweed, J Chapman, M Allan, J Trigg
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 59 (3), 264-273, 2017
How can a donkey fly on the plane? The benefits and limits of animal therapy with refugees
D Every, K Smith, B Smith, J Trigg, K Thompson
Clinical psychologist 21 (1), 44-53, 2017
Developing a scale to understand willingness to sacrifice personal safety for companion animals: the Pet-Owner Risk Propensity Scale (PORPS)
J Trigg, B Smith, P Bennett, K Thompson
International journal of disaster risk reduction 21, 205-212, 2017
A Multispecies Approach to Co-Sleeping: Integrating Human-Animal Co-Sleeping Practices into Our Understanding of Human Sleep
B Smith, P Hazelton, K Thompson, J Trigg, H Etherton, S Blunden
Human Nature, 2017
Exploring Risk Propensity through Pet-Attachment Diversity in Natural Hazard Contexts
J Trigg, K Thompson, B Smith, P Bennett
Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin 4 (1), 54-81, 2016
A Moveable Beast: Subjective Influence of Human-Animal Relationships on Risk Perception, and Risk Behaviour during Bushfire Threat
J Trigg, K Thompson, B Smith, P Bennett
The Qualitative Report 21 (10), 1881-1903, 2016
Animal Ownership Among Vulnerable Populations in Regional South Australia: Implications for Natural Disaster Preparedness and Resilience
K Thompson, J Trigg, B Smith
Journal of Public Health Management & Practice, 2016
Working around it: rail drivers’ views on the barriers and enablers to managing workplace health
A Naweed, J Trigg, M Allan, J Chapman
International Journal of Workplace Health Management 10 (6), 475-490, 2017
“Tell them what they want to hear and get back to work”: Insights into the utility of current occupational health assessments from the perspectives of train drivers
A Naweed, J Chapman, J Trigg
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 118, 234-244, 2018
Throwing good money after SPAD? Exploring the cost of signal passed at danger (SPAD) incidents to Australasian rail organisations
T Naweed, A., Trigg, J., Cloete, S., Allan, P., and Bentley
Safety Science 109 (2018), 157-164, 2018
‘That psychological bulls**t’: Surprising findings from community research are improving preparedness communication
D Every, A Reynolds, H Keen-Dyer, M Dyer, P Miller-Rose, J Trigg
Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33 (4), 57-61, 2018
Animal attachment and disaster resilience in vulnerable communities in Australia
K Thompson, D Every, V Cornell, S Rainbird, B Smith, J Trigg
World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA): Melbourne: Vic, 2014
Australian householders' psychological preparedness for potential natural hazard threats: an exploration of contributing factors
D Every, J McLennan, A Reynolds, J Trigg
International journal of disaster risk reduction 38, 101203, 2019
Archetyping relationships with companion animals to understand disaster risk-taking propensity
J Trigg, K Thompson, B Smith, P Bennett
Journal of Risk Research, 2017
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