Jerry J. Vaske focuses on Social psychology, Recreation, Environmental resource management, Crowding and Social value orientations. His studies deal with areas such as Wildlife management, Wildlife, Demography and Value as well as Social psychology. His study in Demography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scale and Aggregate data.
Jerry J. Vaske interconnects Consumer satisfaction, Norm, Management science and Set in the investigation of issues within Recreation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural resource, Wilderness, Environmental impact assessment and Environmental planning in addition to Environmental resource management. His research in Natural resource intersects with topics in Structural equation modeling, Environmental education and Developmental psychology.
Jerry J. Vaske spends much of his time researching Recreation, Social psychology, Wildlife, Environmental resource management and Demography. He has researched Recreation in several fields, including Saratoga, Marketing, Norm and Tourism. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Social psychology and Social value orientations.
His work on Wildlife management as part of general Wildlife research is often related to Stakeholder, thus linking different fields of science. His studies in Wildlife management integrate themes in fields like Wildlife conservation and Environmental protection. Jerry J. Vaske has included themes like National park, Ecology and Logistic regression in his Demography study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Wildlife, Risk perception, Chronic wasting disease, Environmental health and Norm. His Wildlife research includes elements of Developmental psychology, Panthera onca and Atlantic forest. His study focuses on the intersection of Environmental health and fields such as Agency with connections in the field of Sample and Livelihood.
His Norm research includes themes of Structural equation modeling and Conservation behavior. His research integrates issues of Test, Demography and Socioeconomics in his study of Ecology. As a part of the same scientific study, Jerry J. Vaske usually deals with the Environmental resource management, concentrating on Trampling and frequently concerns with Recreation.
Social psychology, Wildlife, Socioeconomics, Environmental planning and Environmental health are his primary areas of study. Jerry J. Vaske is interested in Norm, which is a field of Social psychology. The concepts of his Socioeconomics study are interwoven with issues in Ecology, Forest management, Nature Conservation, Protected area and Management implications.
In general Ecology study, his work on Atlantic forest, Ecology, Panthera onca and Human–wildlife conflict often relates to the realm of Big cat, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Top management, Ecosystem and Marine mammal. His Environmental health research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Risk perception, Chronic wasting disease, Social trust and Disease transmission.
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The Measurement of Place Attachment: Validity and Generalizability of a Psychometric Approach
Daniel R. Williams;Jerry J. Vaske.
Forest Science (2003)
Place Attachment and Environmentally Responsible Behavior
Jerry J. Vaske;Katherine C. Kobrin.
The Journal of Environmental Education (2001)
Survey Research and Analysis: Applications in Parks, Recreation and Human Dimensions
Jerry J. Vaske.
A Value-Attitude-Behavior Model Predicting Wildland Preservation Voting Intentions
Jerry J. Vaske;Maureen P. Donnelly.
Society & Natural Resources (1999)
Social carrying capacity: An integration and synthesis of twenty years of research
Alan R. Graefe;Jerry J. Vaske;Fred R. Kuss.
Leisure Sciences (1984)
Comparative analysis of crowding in multiple locations: Results from fifteen years of research
Bo Shelby;Jerry J. Vaske;Thomas A. Heberlein.
Leisure Sciences (1989)
Demographic Influences on Environmental Value Orientations and Normative Beliefs About National Forest Management
Jerry J. Vaske;Maureen P. Donnelly;Daniel R. Williams;Sandra Jonker.
Society & Natural Resources (2001)
Measures of Clinical Significance
Helena Chmura Kraemer;George A. Morgan;Nancy L. Leech;Jeffrey A. Gliner.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2003)
Backcountry encounter norms: theory, method and empirical evidence.
Jerry J. Vaske;Bo Shelby;Alan R. Graefe;Thomas A. Heberlein.
Journal of Leisure Research (1986)
Using normative beliefs to determine the acceptability of wildlife management actions
Society & Natural Resources (1998)
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