Carla Litchfield
Carla Litchfield
Lecturer, School of Psychology, Social Work & Social Policy, University of South Australia
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How do apes ape?
A Whiten, V Horner, CA Litchfield, S Marshall-Pescini
Animal Learning & Behavior 32 (1), 36-52, 2004
A review of the relationship between indigenous Australians, dingoes (Canis dingo) and domestic dogs (Canis familiaris)
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Anthrozo÷s 22 (2), 111-128, 2009
Psychological science, conservation, and environmental sustainability
S Clayton, C Litchfield, ES Geller
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (7), 377-382, 2013
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
How well do dingoes, Canis dingo, perform on the detour task?
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Animal Behaviour 80 (1), 155-162, 2010
Enrichment for captive tigers (Panthera tigris): Current knowledge and future directions
MS Szokalski, CA Litchfield, WK Foster
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 139 (1-2), 1-9, 2012
Dingoes (Canisádingo) can use human social cues to locate hidden food
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Animal Cognition 13 (2), 367-376, 2010
Harnessing visual media in environmental education: increasing knowledge of orangutan conservation issues and facilitating sustainable behaviour through video presentations
E Pearson, J Dorrian, C Litchfield
Environmental Education Research 17 (6), 751-767, 2011
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
Looking back at ‘looking back’: operationalising referential gaze for dingoes in an unsolvable task
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Animal cognition 16 (6), 961-971, 2013
An empirical case study examining effectiveness of environmental enrichment in two captive Australian sea lions (Neophoca cinerea)
BP Smith, CA Litchfield
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 13 (2), 103-122, 2010
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
The ‘Feline Five’: An exploration of personality in pet cats (Felis catus)
CA Litchfield, G Quinton, H Tindle, B Chiera, KH Kikillus, P Roetman
PloS one 12 (8), e0183455, 2017
Spontaneous tool-use: an observation of a dingo (Canis dingo) using a table to access an out-of-reach food reward
BP Smith, RG Appleby, CA Litchfield
Behavioural Processes 89 (3), 219-224, 2012
Rhino poaching: apply conservation psychology
CA Litchfield
Science 340 (6137), 1168-1168, 2013
What can zookeepers tell us about interacting with big cats in captivity?
MS Szokalski, CA Litchfield, WK Foster
Zoo Biology 32 (2), 142-151, 2013
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
Responsible tourism with great apes in Uganda
C Litchfield
Tourism, recreation and sustainability, 105-132, 2001
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
Fear of dogs in a community sample: Effects of age, gender and prior experience of canine aggression
CM Boyd, B Fotheringham, C Litchfield, I McBryde, JC Metzer, P Scanlon, ...
Anthrozo÷s 17 (2), 146-166, 2004
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