MacFarlane, D., Hurlstone, M.J., & Ecker, U.K.H. Protecting consumers from fraudulent health claims: A taxonomy of psychological drivers, interventions, barriers, and treatments. Social Science & Medicine, 112790 [Supplement]
MacFarlane, D., “The Slave Trade and the Right of Visit under the Law of the Sea Convention: Exploitation in the Fishing Industry in New Zealand and Thailand” (2015) Asian Journal of International Law, 7, 94–123.
Sutherland, B.J., Taylor N.G., MacFarlane, D., Amano, T., Christie, A., ...Wordley, C., Building a tool to overcome barriers in the research-implementation space: The Conservation Evidence database. Biological Conservation, 238, 108199.
Geldmann, J., Alves-Pinto, H., Amano, T., Bartlett, H., Christie, A. P., Collas, L., . . . Balmford, A. (2019). Insights from two decades of the Student Conference on Conservation Science. in press for Biological Conservation . bioRxiv, 819623. doi:10.1101/819623
Thomas-Walters, L., Hinsley, A., Bergin, D., Doughty, H., Eppel, S., MacFarlane, D., … Veríssimo, D. (2019, October 26). Motivations for the use and consumption of wildlife products. Under Review for Conservation Biology
MacFarlane, D., Hurlstone, M. J., & Ecker, U. K. H. Countering demand for ineffective health remedies: Do consumers respond more to—A lack of benefits, the potential for harm, or both? In preparation.
MacFarlane, D., et al., Lessons to reduce demand for illegal wildlife products: An overview of systematic reviews on reducing harmful consumer demand. In preparation.
Hinsley A., MacFarlane D., Challender, D., Fabinyi, M.; Haenlein, C., ...Sutherland, W. Mapping illegal wildlife supply chains to better target interventions. In preparation.
I also use the Twitter moniker "Traffic Science" to communicate research that applies a scientific approach to understanding, and thus combatting, the illegal wildlife trade.
Research & Consultant Profiles
PhD Candidate, Ecker Memory & Cognition Lab, University of Western Australia
PhD Candidate, The Behavioural Economics Laboratory, University of Western Australia
Visiting Researcher, University of Cambridge