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Memmott, Paul, Reser, Joseph, Head, Brian, Davidson, James, Nash, Daphne, O'Rourke, Tim, Gamage, Harshi, Suliman, Samid, Lowry, Andrew and Marshall, Keith Aboriginal responses to climate change in arid zone Australia: regional understandings and capacity building for adaptation. Southport, QLD, Australia: National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013. 181 1157
Reser, Joseph P. (2005). Briefing paper on the role of psychology and psychologists in environmental hazard and disaster research, community preparedness, and disaster response. Australian Psychological Society, Melbourne. 94  
Reser, J. P. (2008). Bringing the environment and the teaching of environmental psychology back into the curriculum. In: Curriculum Review Committee of the Australian Psychological Society, Griffith University. School of Psychology, (). 10 October, 2008. 55  
Reser, J. P. and Bentrupperbumer, J. M. (2002). Capturing visitation and use: The relative merits of site-level sampling and monitoring in protected area management survey assessments. In: Ecology 2002 Conference, Cairns, Qld, (). 2- 6 December, 2002. 31  
Reser, J. P. (2008). Climate change is far more than climate change: A perspective on climate change from social and environmental psychology. In: Australian Journal of Psychology. 43rd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, Hobart, Australia, (184-184). 23-27 September 2008. doi:10.1080/00049530802385558 94   0
Reser, J. P., Gridley, H., Pittock, A., Raphael, B. and Uzzell, D. (2008). Climate change public forum. Urgency and agency: How crucial is psychology in addressing the challenges of climate change?. In: APS conference Proceedings Proceedings for the 2008 43rd APS Annual Conference. The 43rd APS Annual Conference: Climate change public forum, Hobart, Tasmania, (). 23-27 September 2008. 165  
Reser, Joseph (2007). Contemporary worries and concerns in Australia: A prospective APS position statement. In: Kate Moore, Proceedings of the 42nd APS Annual Conference. 42nd Annual Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brisbane, Australia, (). 25-29 September 2007. 52  
Memmott, P. C. and Reser, J. (2000). Design concepts and processes for public Aboriginal architecture. In: R. Lamb and R. Thorne, The Person-Environment and Cultural Heritage Journal of Australia and New Zealand; Proceedings 11th Conference on People Physical Environment Research. 11th Conference on People Physical Environment Research, University of Sydney, NSW, (69-86). 3-6 December, 1998. 4072 7292
Reser, J. P. and Bentrupperbaumer, J. M. (2002). Developing standardised indicators of psychosocial impacts in the Wet Tropics. In: Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. 37th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society, Gold Coast, (). 27 Sep - 10 Oct, 2002. 33  
Bentrupperbaumr, Joan M, Reser, Joseph P and O'Farrell, Sue-Ellen (2005). Does it Matter Whether Visitors Know Whether the Site they ar Visiting is in a World Heritage Area. In: Rainforest Meets Reef Joint Conference of CRC Reef and Rainforest CRC, Townsville, Qld, (). 22-24 November 2005. 56  
Reser, Joseph (2007) Ecological psychology in context by Harry Heft: Revisiting Gibson, Barker, and James’ radical empiricism, and rethinking environment and environmental experience. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 27 1: 1-13. doi:10.1016/j.jenvp.2006.10.001 172   1 0
Bentrupperbaumer, J. M. and Reser, Joseph P. (2008). Encountering a World Heritage landscape: Community and visitor perspectives and experiences. In Nigel E. Stork and Stephen M. Turton (Ed.), Living in a dynamic tropical forest landscape (pp. 387-397) Malden, MA, U.S.: Blackwell Publishing. 51 3
Reser, Joseph (2008) Environmental psychology: An endangered species?. InPsych, 30 4: 18-19. 86  
Morrissey, Shirley and Reser, Joseph (2003) Evaluating the effectiveness of psychological preparedness advice in community cyclone preparedness materials. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 18 2: 46-61. 69  
Reser, Joseph and Bentrupperbäumer, Joan (2008). Framing and researching the impacts of visitation and use in protected areas. In Nigel E. Stork and Stephen N. Turton (Ed.), Living in a dynamic tropical forest landscape (pp. 420-429) Malden, MA: Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781444300321.ch34 26   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Bentrupperbaumer, J. M. and Reser, J. P. (2002). Framing multidisciplinary considerations and domains in protected area management. In: The Ecological Society of Australia and the New Zealand Ecological Society 2002 Conference, Cairns, Australia, (). 2-6 December, 2002. 31  
Dillon, Denise, Cottrell, David and Reser, Joseph (2008). Group differences in word use and meaning: A text analysis of the abstract word, "Values". In: Proceedings of JADT 2008 9th International Conference on the Statistical Analysis of Textual Data. JADT 9th International Conference on the Statistical Analysis of Textual Data, Lyon, France, (). 12-14 Mar 2008. 40  
Reser, Joseph (2002) Heritage management in Australia and New Zealand: the human dimension by C.Michael Hall and Simon McArthur (Review). Journal of Environmental Psychology, 22 3: 307-317. doi:10.1006/jevp.2002.0217 74   1 0
Bentrupperbäumer, J. and Reser, J. P. (2004) Living with world heritage: Community survey results Cairns: Wet Tropics Management Authority 51  
Dillon, Denise, Cottrell, David and Reser, Joseph (2005). Meanings of 'values' in a Wet Tropics World Heritage context: Social representations and rhetoric. In: Ecopolitics XVI: Transforming Environmental Governance for the 21st Century. Ecopolitics XVI Conference, Griffith University, Nathan, Queensland, (). 4-6 July, 2005. 47  
Bentrupperbaumer, J. M. and Reser, J. P. Measuring and monitoring impacts of visitation and use in the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area 2001/2002: A site based bioregional perspective. Cairns: Co-operative Research Centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management, James Cook University, 2002. 45  
Brereton, David, Memmott, Paul, Reser, Joseph, Buultjens, Jeremy, Thomson, Linda, Barker, Tanuja, O'Rourke, Timothy and Chambers, Catherine (2007) Mining and indigenous tourism in Northern Australia Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.: Co-operative Research Centre (CRC) for Sustainable Tourism 114  
Brereton, David, Reser, J., Buultjens, Jeremy, Memmott, Paul, Barker, Tanuja, Thomson, Linda, O'Rourke, Tim and Chambers, Catherine (2006) Mining and indigenous tourism in Northern Australia: Summary of findings St Lucia, Brisbane, Australia: The University of Queensland 179  
Morrissey, Shirley A. and Reser, Joseph P. (2007) Natural disasters, climate change and mental health considerations for rural Australia. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 15 2: 120-125. doi:10.1111/j.1440-1584.2007.00865.x 146   29 Cited 38 times in Scopus38 1
Reser, J. P. (2006). Natural disaster warning situations: Event status, psychosocial impacts, and incidence and management implications. In: Mary Katsikitis, The Abstracts of the Joint Conference of the Australian Psychological Society and the New Zealand Psychological Society. Joint Conference of the Australian Psychological Society and the New Zealand Psychological Society, Auckland, New Zealand, (184-184). 26-30 September 2006. 38   0
Reser, J. P. (2002). New York, New York: The impacts of 11 September on place meaning, architectural symbolism, and environmental psychological understanding in a post-postmodern world. In: Proceedings of the Second Environmental Psychology in the UK Conference (EPUK). Second Environmental Psychology in the UK Conference (EPUK), University of Surrey, (). 25-27 March, 2002. 31  
Reser, J. P. (2002) New York, New York: the Impacts of 11 September on place Meaning, Architectural Symbolism, and Environmental Psychological Understanding in a Post-postmodern World. Population and Environmental Psychology Bulletin, 28 1 (Winter 2002): 3-7. 36  
Reser, Joseph (2003) Perception is everything for wet tropics roads. Forest matters : Rainforest CRC Newsletter, . 37  
Reser, Joseph P. (2007). Psychology and the natural environment. A Position Statement prepared for the Australian Psychological Society. Australian Psychological Society. Melbourne. 80  
Bentrupperbaumer, J. M. and Reser, J.P. (2005). Psychosocial impacts of visitation and use of a World Heritage Area on an Aboriginal community. In: pROCEEDINGS OF THE 11th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM) Conference. ISSRM 2005, Östersund, Sweden, (). 16 - 19 June, 2005. 31  
Reser, Joseph (2002) Representations and Understandings of Environmental Psychology. Population and Environmental Psychology Bulletin, 28 14-16. 60  
Reser, Joseph (2004) Review: Cultural Tourism:The partnership between tourism and cultural heritage by Bob McKercher and Hilary Du Cros. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 25 1: 108-111. doi:10.1080/07256860410001687054 73   0
Reser, Joseph (2002) Review of: Environmental psychology and cultural and natural environmental heritage interpretation and management by David Uzzell and Roy Ballantyne. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 22 3: 307-317. doi:10.1006/jevp.2002.0217 134   1 0
Reser, Joseph (2002) Review of: Looking after heritage places: the basics of heritage planning for managers, landowners and administrators by Michael Pearson and Sharon Sullivan. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 22 3: 307-317. doi:10.1006/jevp.2002.0217 225   0
Reser, Joseph (2002) Review of: With people in mind: design and management of everyday nature by Rachel Kaplan, Stephen Kaplan & Richard L. Ryan. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 22 3: 307-317. doi:10.1006/jevp.2002.0217 56   0
Joseph Reser (2003). Roads and Modes of Passage in Aboriginal Cultural Landscapes. In: Contemporary Indigenous Issues in North Australia Seminar Series, North Australia Research Unit, Australian National University, Darwin NT, (). 29 May 2003. 26  
Reser, J. P. (2002). Roadwork in Natural and Cultural Landscapes and Construction Sites in Northern Australia: A Cross-Cultural and Environmental Psychological Perspective. In: CAEPR Seminar Series. CAEPR Seminar 2002, Canberra, Australia, (). 9 April, 2002. 34  
Reser, Joseph P. and Muncer, Steven (2004) Sense-making in the wake of September 11th: A network analysis of lay understandings. British journal of psychology, 95 3: 283-296. doi:10.1348/0007126041528121 45   8 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 0
Reser, Joseph P. and Morrissey, Shirley A. (2008). Situating and framing individual and community experience and response to hazards: A psychological perspective. In Kathryn Gow and Douglas Paton (Ed.), The phoenix of natural disasters: Community resilience (pp. 47-71) New York, U.S.: Nova Science. 53  
Reser, J. and Morrissey, S. (2005) Situating psychology's multiple involvements in disaster research, mitigation, and intervention: The need for a reflective and strategic disaster response. InPsych, 27 9-13. 101  
Reser, Joseph (2004). Sketches by George Milpurrurru and Johnny Bulun Bulun. In Wally Caruana (Ed.), Likan'mirri - connections : the AIATSIS collection of art : an exhibition at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery 20 February - 28th March 2004 (pp. 50-51) Canberra, Australia: Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies. 72  
Reser, J. P., Burke, S. and Gridley, H. (2009) Submission to the National Climate Change Adaptation Facility regarding the National Adaptation Research Plan: Disaster Management and Emergency Services Melbourne: Australian Psychological Society 65  
Reser, Joseph, Burke, Susie and Gridley, Heather (2008) Submission to the Strategic Review of Climate Change Programs, Department of Finance and Deregulation Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Australian Psychological Society 36  
Reser, Joseph P. (2006) Take2: Housing Design in Indigenous Australia. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 17 2: 242-244. doi:10.1111/j.1835-9310.2006.tb00061.x 42   0
Reser, Joseph (2004). The experience of natural disasters: Psychological perspectives and understanding. In Joseph Stoltman, John Lidstone and Lisa Dechano (Ed.), International perspectives on natural disasters: Occurrence, mitigation and consequences (pp. 369-384) Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 64  
Reser, J. P. (2008). The human dimension of climate change: Social science perspectives. In: Institute for Social Science Research and School of Psychology forum. The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, (). 20 November, 2008. 44  
Buultjens, Jeremy, Brereton, David, Memmott, Paul, Reser, Joseph, Thomson, Linda and O’Rourke, Tim (2010) The mining sector and indigenous tourism development in Weipa, Queensland. Tourism Managment, 31 5: 597-606. doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2009.06.009 240 3 3 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Winefield, Anthony H., Montgomery, Bob, Gault, Una, Muller, Juanita, O'Gorman, John, Reser, Joseph and Roland, David (2002) The psychology of work and unemployment in Australia today: an Australian Psychological Society Discussion Paper. Australian Psychologist, 37 1: 1-9. doi:10.1080/00050060210001706606 214   13 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Reser, J. and Bentrupperbaumer, J. (2005). The psychosocial impacts of visitation and use in world heritage areas: Researching and monitoring sustainable environments and encounters. In Walter Leal Filho (Ed.), Handbook of sustainability research (pp. 235-263) New York , USA: Peter Lang. 59  
Bentrupperbäumer, Joan and Reser, Joseph The role of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area in the life of the community: A survey of the North Queensland community rev. ed. Cairns, Australia: Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management, 2006. 128  

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