Kristina Slagle
Kristina Slagle
Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Environment and Natural Resources, Ohio State University
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Building tolerance for bears: a communications experiment
K Slagle, R Zajac, J Bruskotter, R Wilson, S Prange
The Journal of Wildlife Management 77 (4), 863-869, 2013
The role of affect in public support and opposition to wolf management
KM Slagle, JT Bruskotter, RS Wilson
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 17 (1), 44-57, 2012
Changes in attitudes toward animals in the United States from 1978 to 2014
KA George, KM Slagle, RS Wilson, SJ Moeller, JT Bruskotter
Biological Conservation 201, 237-242, 2016
Assessing sustainability knowledge of a student population
A Zwickle, TM Koontz, KM Slagle, JT Bruskotter
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2014
Assessing tolerance for wildlife: clarifying relations between concepts and measures
JT Bruskotter, A Singh, DC Fulton, K Slagle
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20 (3), 255-270, 2015
Attitudes toward predator control in the United States: 1995 and 2014
K Slagle, JT Bruskotter, AS Singh, RH Schmidt
Journal of Mammalogy 98 (1), 7-16, 2017
Is sustainability knowledge half the battle?
AJ Heeren, AS Singh, A Zwickle, TM Koontz, KM Slagle, AC McCreery
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2016
Conservationists’ moral obligations toward wildlife: Values and identity promote conservation conflict
JT Bruskotter, JA Vucetich, A Dietsch, KM Slagle, JS Brooks, MP Nelson
Biological Conservation 240, 108296, 2019
Support for the US Endangered Species Act over time and space: Controversial species do not weaken public support for protective legislation
JT Bruskotter, JA Vucetich, KM Slagle, R Berardo, AS Singh, RS Wilson
Conservation Letters 11 (6), e12595, 2018
Education is not a panacea for reducing human–black bear conflicts
AM Dietsch, KM Slagle, S Baruch-Mordo, SW Breck, LM Ciarniello
The symbolic wolf: a construal level theory analysis of the perceptions of wolves in the United States
KM Slagle, RS Wilson, JT Bruskotter, E Toman
Society & Natural Resources 32 (3), 322-337, 2019
Seeking, thinking, acting: understanding suburban resident perceptions and behaviors related to stream quality
KM Slagle, RS Wilson, A Heeren
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 51 (3), 821-832, 2015
Tolerance for wildlife: A psychological perspective
K Slagle, JT Bruskotter
Humanwildlife interactions: Turning conflict into coexistence, 85-106, 2019
Hunting for acceptance: Ohio’s experience with recent bobcat harvest proposals reveals a dilemma agencies will increasingly face
KM Slagle, AM Dietsch, JT Bruskotter
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 24 (3), 285-288, 2019
Social and psychological drivers of public involvement in large carnivore management
KM Slagle
The Ohio State University, 2016
Linking social identity, risk perception, and behavioral psychology to understand predator management by livestock producers
LM van Eeden, K Slagle, MS Crowther, CR Dickman, TM Newsome
Restoration Ecology, 2020
Exploring nationality and social identity to explain attitudes toward conservation actions in the United States and Australia
LM van Eeden, K Slagle, TM Newsome, MS Crowther, CR Dickman, ...
Conservation Biology, 2020
The VIPs of Wolf Conservation: How values, identity, and place shape attitudes toward wolves in the United States
SC Carlson, AM Dietsch, KM Slagle, JT Bruskotter
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 6, 2020
A Structured Decision Process for Revising the US Fish and Wildlife Service Policy on Double-crested Cormorant Management
T Doyle, J Cummings, M Eaton, S Johnson, S Johnston, S Lewis, ...
Hispanics and Parks: Managing for Human Diversity
KM Slagle
The Ohio State University, 2010
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