Kathryn J H Williams
Kathryn J H Williams
University of Melbourne
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Connectedness to nature, place attachment and conservation behaviour: Testing connectedness theory among farmers
E Gosling, KJH Williams
Journal of environmental psychology 30 (3), 298-304, 2010
40-second green roof views sustain attention: The role of micro-breaks in attention restoration
KE Lee, KJH Williams, LD Sargent, NSG Williams, KA Johnson
Journal of environmental psychology 42, 182-189, 2015
Transcendent experience in forest environments
K Williams, D Harvey
Journal of environmental psychology 21 (3), 249-260, 2001
Plant blindness and the implications for plant conservation
M Balding, KJH Williams
Conservation biology 30 (6), 1192-1199, 2016
Plant traits link people's plant preferences to the composition of their gardens
D Kendal, KJH Williams, NSG Williams
Landscape and urban planning 105 (1-2), 34-42, 2012
Landscape preferences, ecological quality, and biodiversity protection
KJH Williams, J Cary
Environment and Behavior 34 (2), 257-274, 2002
Drivers of diversity and tree cover in gardens, parks and streetscapes in an Australian city
D Kendal, NSG Williams, KJH Williams
Urban forestry & urban greening 11 (3), 257-265, 2012
Living roof preference is influenced by plant characteristics and diversity
KE Lee, KJH Williams, LD Sargent, C Farrell, NS Williams
Landscape and Urban Planning 122, 152-159, 2014
Conceptualising creativity benefits of nature experience: Attention restoration and mind wandering as complementary processes
KJH Williams, KE Lee, T Hartig, LD Sargent, NSG Williams, KA Johnson
Journal of Environmental Psychology 59, 36-45, 2018
A cultivated environment: exploring the global distribution of plants in gardens, parks and streetscapes
D Kendal, NSG Williams, KJH Williams
Urban Ecosystems 15, 637-652, 2012
Birds and beaches, dogs and leashes: Dog owners' sense of obligation to leash dogs on beaches in Victoria, Australia
KJH Williams, MA Weston, S Henry, GS Maguire
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 14 (2), 89-101, 2009
Exploring multiple dimensions of values and valuing: a conceptual framework for mapping and translating values for social-ecological research and practice
A Rawluk, R Ford, N Anderson, K Williams
Sustainability Science, 1-14, 2018
A value basis for the social acceptability of clearfelling in Tasmania, Australia
RM Ford, KJH Williams, ID Bishop, T Webb
Landscape and Urban Planning 90 (3-4), 196-206, 2009
Community perceptions of plantation forestry: The association between place meanings and social representations of a contentious rural land use
NM Anderson, KJH Williams, RM Ford
Journal of Environmental Psychology 34, 121-136, 2013
Understanding the relationship between social change and its impacts: The experience of rural land use change in south-eastern Australia
KJH Williams, J Schirmer
Journal of Rural Studies 28 (4), 538-548, 2012
Appraising the psychological benefits of green roofs for city residents and workers
KJH Williams, KE Lee, L Sargent, KA Johnson, J Rayner, C Farrell, ...
Urban forestry & urban greening 44, 126399, 2019
Exploring resident preferences for street trees in Melbourne, Australia
K Williams
Journal of Arboriculture 28 (4), 161-170, 2002
Using virtual environments and agent models in multi-criteria decision-making
ID Bishop, C Stock, KJ Williams
Land use policy 26 (1), 87-94, 2009
Perception of native grassland in southeastern Australia
K Williams, J Cary
Ecological Management & Restoration 2 (2), 139-144, 2001
Beauty, belief, and trust: toward a model of psychological processes in public acceptance of forest management
RM Ford, KJH Williams, EL Smith, ID Bishop
Environment and Behavior 46 (4), 476-506, 2014
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