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.
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.