Interdisciplinary studies

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Latest Research and Reviews

  • Reviews |

    Biocultural approaches combining local values, knowledge, and needs with global ecological factors provide a fruitful indicator framework for assessing local and global well-being and sustainability, and help bridge the divide between them.

    • Eleanor J. Sterling
    • , Christopher Filardi
    • , Anne Toomey
    • , Amanda Sigouin
    • , Erin Betley
    • , Nadav Gazit
    • , Jennifer Newell
    • , Simon Albert
    • , Diana Alvira
    • , Nadia Bergamini
    • , Mary Blair
    • , David Boseto
    • , Kate Burrows
    • , Nora Bynum
    • , Sophie Caillon
    • , Jennifer E. Caselle
    • , Joachim Claudet
    • , Georgina Cullman
    • , Rachel Dacks
    • , Pablo B. Eyzaguirre
    • , Steven Gray
    • , James Herrera
    • , Peter Kenilorea
    • , Kealohanuiopuna Kinney
    • , Natalie Kurashima
    • , Suzanne Macey
    • , Cynthia Malone
    • , Senoveva Mauli
    • , Joe McCarter
    • , Heather McMillen
    • , Pua’ala Pascua
    • , Patrick Pikacha
    • , Ana L. Porzecanski
    • , Pascale de Robert
    • , Matthieu Salpeteur
    • , Myknee Sirikolo
    • , Mark H. Stege
    • , Kristina Stege
    • , Tamara Ticktin
    • , Ron Vave
    • , Alaka Wali
    • , Paige West
    • , Kawika B. Winter
    •  & Stacy D. Jupiter
  • Research |

    A typology of four perspectives on loss and damage is developed based on the study of actor perspectives, including interviews with stakeholders in research, practice, and policy. This may help with navigation of this necessarily ambiguous territory.

    • Emily Boyd
    • , Rachel A. James
    • , Richard G. Jones
    • , Hannah R. Young
    •  & Friederike E. L. Otto
  • Research |

    Assessment of moral judgements and social-cognitive profiles of Colombian paramilitary terrorists by Baez et al. reveals a moral code abnormally guided by outcomes, rather than the integration of intentions and outcomes.

    • Sandra Baez
    • , Eduar Herrera
    • , Adolfo M. García
    • , Facundo Manes
    • , Liane Young
    •  & Agustín Ibáñez
  • Research |

    Betsch and colleagues show that vaccination willingness is higher in cultures that focus on collective benefits. For cultures that lack this prosocial cultural inclination, communicating the concept of herd immunity improves willingness to vaccinate.

    • Cornelia Betsch
    • , Robert Böhm
    • , Lars Korn
    •  & Cindy Holtmann

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