Dawn Hill
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Pyschology
(520) 237-5160

Research interests focus empirical investigations concerning the psychology driving individual and group pro and anti-environmental behavior. Moreover, I focus on contextual determinants and the power of situational influences that moderate and mediate behavioral tendencies in these domains. 

Selected Citations: 

Stern, M., Powell, R.B., Hill, D. (2013, September). Environmental education research in the new millennium: What do we measure and what have we learned? Environmental Education Research. DOI: 10.1080/13504622.2013.838749

Guido, Z., Hill, D., Crimmins, M., Ferguson, D. (2012). Informing decisions with a regional climate synthesis product: Implications for regional climate services. Weather, Climate, & Society, 5(1), 83-92.

Jacobs, W.J., Sisco, M., Hill, D., Malter, F., Figueredo, A.J. (2012). On the Practice of Theory-based Evaluation: Information, Norms, and Adherence. Evaluation and Program Planning, 35 (3), 354-369.

Hill, D., Stern, M., Powell, B. (2010). Meta-Analysis Report – Environmental Education. Report prepared for the National Park Service; grant supported. Blacksburg, Virginia.

Hill, D., Jacobs, W.J., Figueredo, A.J. (2010). Contextual Influences of Sustainable Behavior. In, Psychological Approaches to Sustainability: Current Trends in Theory, Research and Applications. Víctor Corral-Verdugo, Cirilo H. García-Cadena & Martha Frías-Armenta (Eds). Nova Science Pub Inc.

Hill, D. (2008). Contextual (settings/situational) control of pro/anti environmental behavior. Dissertation.

Hill, D. and Daniel, T.C. (2008). Foundations for an ecological aesthetic: Can information alter landscape preferences? Society and Natural Resources, 21(1), 34-49.

Tal, I.R., Hill, D., Figueredo, A.J., Frias-Armenta, M., Corral-Verdugo, V. (2006) An Evolutionary Approach to Explaining Water Conservation, Medio Ambiente y Comportamiento Humano, 7(1), 7-27.

Research Themes: 
Natural Environment and Biodiversity

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