MacFarlane, D., Hurlstone, M.J., & Ecker, U.K.H. (2020) Countering demand for ineffective health remedies: Do consumers respond more to—A lack of benefits, the potential for harm, or both? In press for Psychology & Health.
MacFarlane, D., Hurlstone, M.J., & Ecker, U.K.H. (2020) Protecting consumers from fraudulent health claims: A taxonomy of psychological drivers, interventions, barriers, and treatments. Social Science & Medicine, 112790
Sutherland, B.J., Taylor N.G., MacFarlane, D., Amano, T., Christie, A., ...Wordley, C., (2019) 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... ...MacFarlane, D... ...Balmford, A. (2019). Insights from two decades of the Student Conference on Conservation Science. In press for Biological Conservation. doi:10.1101/819623
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, W.J., Aldridge , D.C., Martin, P., Rhodes, C., Shackelford, G., Beard S., ...MacFarlane, D., ...Petrovan, S.O. (2020). Informing management of lockdowns and a phased return to normality: a Solution Scan of non-pharmaceutical options to reduce SARS-CoV-2 transmission. OSF. Submitted to PLOS Biology
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., 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.
TRAFFIC (2020) "Towards robust Evaluations of demand-reduction interventions: Deep dive technical briefing paper on social science surveys". Prepared by MacFarlane, D. for TRAFFIC: The Wildlife Trade Monitoring Network under CITES & MIKE.