Wilkie, S., & Davinson, N. (Under review). Unpacking the ‘white box’: Are environmental social science and health behaviour change mechanisms being utlised to influence public health in urban greenspace interventions? Journal of the British Academy.
Wilkie, S., & Davinson, N. (Revision under review). Prevalence and effectiveness of nature-based interventions to impact adult health behaviours and health-related outcomes: A scoping review. Landscape and Urban Planning.
Wilkie, S., & Trotter, H. (Under review). Pro-environmental attitudes, pro-environmental behaviours and nature-relatedness: Differences based on place preference. European Review of Applied Psychology.
Thompson, N., & Wilkie, S. (2020). “I’m just lost in the world”: The impact of blue exercise on participant wellbeing. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health.
Wilkie, S. Thompson, E., Cranner, P, & Ginty, K. (2020). Attention Restoration Theory as a framework for the analysis of Tweets about urban green space. Landscape Research.
Wilkie, S., Townshend, T., Thompson, E., & Ling, J. (2019). Restructuring the built environment to change adult health behaviors: A scoping review integrated with behavior change frameworks. Cities & Health
Wilkie, S. & Clements, H. (2018). Research note: Further exploration of environment preference and environment type congruence on restoration and perceived restoration potential. Landscape and Urban Planning, 170, 314-319. (IF: 4.563)
Wilkie, S., & Clouston, L. (2015). Environment preference and environment type congruence effects on restorative outcomes and perceptions of restoration potential. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 14(2), 368-376. (IF: 2.006)
Wilkie, S. & Michialino, P. (2014). Participative co-production of urban public spaces: Exploring benefits to resident well-being and perceptions of neighbourhood collective efficacy. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 31(4), 271-281. (IF: 0.57)
Wilkie, S., & Stavridou, A. (2013). Influence of environmental preference and environment type congruence on judgements of restoration potential. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 12, 163-170. (IF: 2.133)