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Abstract Framed in the cognitive hierarchy approach, we examine (1) the mediating effect of general environmental attitudes and (2) the moderating effect of factual wildlife knowledge on the relationship between values and specific wildlife attitudes (wildlife species protection). These...
Abstract Based on hunter reports, previous research, and psychophysiology theory, we expected that encounters with wildlife would act as a stimulus for physiological response. Based on its applicability to field settings, we focused on heart rate as our physiological variable. Data were...
Abstract Normative theory provides a useful paradigm for collecting and understanding information about acceptable social and environmental impact levels. Initially applied to encounters and related social contact impacts in backcountry settings, normative concepts have since been applied to a...
Abstract In many respects, the Nixon administration, guided by political expediency, retreated from its initial commitment to environmental protection. While Nixon's record in wildlife management exhibits this concern for politics and a weakening commitment, it nevertheless constitutes one of...
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