Publications

Publication on multiple needs framework

Bingley, W.J., Tran, A., Boyd, C.P., Gibson K., Kalokerinos, E.K.,  Koval, P., Kashima, Y., McDonald, D., Greenaway, K.H. (2021). A Multiple Needs Framework for Climate Change Anxiety Interventions. [Manuscript in preparation]. Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne.


Other relevant publications on climate change anxiety and related psychological processes

Bingley, W.J., Greenaway, K.H., & Fielding, K.S. (2019). Greening the physical environment of organizational behavior. In Ayoko, O.B. & Ashkanasy, N.M. (Eds.), Organizational Behavior and the Physical Environment, pp. 167-184Routledge: New York.

Boyd, C.P., & Parr, H.  (2020).  Climate change and rural mental health:  A social geographic perspective.  Rural and Remote Health, 20, no. 6337.

Duffy, M., Boyd, C.P., Barry, K., & Askland, H.  (2021).  Collective emotions and resilient regional communities.  The Palgrave  Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Futures, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-51812-7_79-1

Gibson, K., Barnett, J., Haslam, N., & Kaplan, I. (2020). The mental health impacts of climate change: Findings from a Pacific Island atoll nation. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 73, 102237.

Gibson, K., Haslam, N., & Kaplan, I. (2019). Distressing encounters in the context of climate change: Idioms of distress, determinants, and response to distress in Tuvalu. Transcultural Psychiatry, 0(0) 1–30.

Gibson, K., Little, J., Cowlishaw, S., Toromon, T., O’Donnell, M.L. (2021). Piloting a scalable, post-trauma psychosocial intervention in Tuvalu: The Skills fOr Life Adjustment and Resilience (SOLAR) Program. European Journal of Psychotraumatology.

Greenaway, K.H., Haslam, S.A., & Bingley, W.J. (2018). Are “they” out to get me? A social identity model of paranoia. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 22(7), 984-1001

Hornsey, M.J., Fielding, K.S., McStay, R., Reser, J.P., Bradely, G.L., & Greenaway, K.H. (2015). Evidence for motivated control: The ironic link between threat and efficacy beliefs about climate change. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 42, 57–65. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvp.2015.02.003.

Jugert, P., Greenaway, K.H., Barth, M., Büchner, R., Eisentraut, S., & Fritsche, I. (2016). Collective efficacy increases pro-environmental intentions through increasing self-efficacy. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 12–23.

O’Donnell, M.L., Lau, W., Fredrickson, J., Gibson, K., Bryant, R.A., Bisson, J. et al. (2020). An open label pilot study of a brief psychosocial intervention for disaster and trauma survivors. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 11, 483.

Smith, J.R., Louis, W.R., Terry, D.J., Greenaway, K.H., Clarke, M.R., & Cheng, X. (2012). Congruent or conflicted? The impact of injunctive and descriptive norms on environmental intentions. Journal of Environmental Psychology32, 353–361. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvp.2012.06.001.