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Abstract Fisheries and wildlife managers have become progressively more aware of the need to include user opinions in management decisions, and have also improved their efforts and ability to evaluate these human factors. However, their ability to use survey data to lessen conflict lags behind....
Abstract Qualities of recreational experiences are analyzed using the scheme theory (Eckblad, 1981). According to this theory, emotional, motivational, and cognitive processes interchangeably influence each other. Knowledge about one process promotes understanding of others. An analysis was...
Abstract Voters are unlikely to be guided by a systematic assessment of information regarding the consequences of wildlife ballot initiatives; the time investment is too high and the topic involvement is too low. Instead, they form heuristics or decision rules to guide their behavior. Heuristics...
Abstract Through a discussion of our experiences with focus groups in Michigan, we illustrate the application of focus groups in human dimensions research. Focus groups aided in hypothesis generation and development of conceptual frameworks in a project on the deer crop depredation issue, and...
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