Note: I am (slowly) in the process of making copies of all manuscripts, data, and analysis code publicly available. Please email me (daniel.chapman@yale.edu) for copies of any material that doesn’t yet appear here!

Refereed Publications

Chapman, D. A., Corner, A., Webster, R., & Markowitz, E. M. (2016). Climate visuals: A mixed-methods investigation of public perceptions of climate images in three countries. Global Environmental Change, 14, 172-182. [Select Press: Grist; Klimafakten.de] Paper here.

Chapman, D. A.*, Gagne, T.O.*, Ovitz, K. L., Griffin, L. P., Danylchuk, A. J., & Markowitz, E. M. (2018). Modeling recreational anglers’ sanctioning behaviors in a remote and growing catch-and-release fishery for golden dorado (Salminus brasiliensis) in Salta, Argentina. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 23(4), 391-398. * Shared first authorship, authors listed in alphabetical order. Paper here. Supplementary review and analyses here.

Chapman, D. A., & Lickel, B. (2016). Climate change and disasters: how framing affects justifications for giving or withholding aid to disaster victims. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7(1), 13-20. [Select Press: Scientific American, Vice NewsPaper here.

Chapman, D. A., Lickel, B., & Markowitz, E. M. (2017). Reassessing emotion in climate change communication. Nature Climate Change, 7, 850-852. [Select Press: Vox, Bloomberg View, The Guardian]. Paper here.

Guckian, M., Chapman, D. A., Lickel, B., & Markowtiz, E. (2017). “A few bad apples” or “rotten to the core”: perceptions of corporate culture drive brand engagement after corporate scandal. Journal of Consumer Behavior. Data and materials here. Paper here.

Markowitz, E. M., Chapman, D. A., Guckian, M. L., & Lickel, B. (2017). A corporate scandal that hits close to home: examining owners’ responses to the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal. Environmental Communication, 11(6), 74-755. Paper here.

Milman, A., Warner, B. P., Chapman, D. A., Gianotti Short, A. G. (2017). Identifying and quantifying landowner perspectives on integrated flood risk management. Journal of Flood Risk Management. Paper here.

Motta, M., Chapman, D. A., Stecula, D., & Haglin, K. (2019). An experimental examination of measurement disparities in public climate change beliefs. Climatic Change, 154(1-2), 37-47. [The Washington Post]. Pre-Review draft here.

Wang, S., Corner, A., Chapman, D. A., & Markowitz, E. (2018). Public engagement with climate change imagery in a changing digital landscape. WIREs Climate Change, 9(2). Paper here.

Book Chapters

Chapman, D. A., Trott, C. D., Silka, L., Lickel, B., & Clayton, S. (2018). Psychological perspectives on community resilience and climate change: insights and directions for future research. In S. C. Clayton & C. Manning (Eds.), Psychology and Climate Change. Paper Proofs here.

Feygina, I., Chapman, D. A., & Markowitz, E. M. Climate Change, Climate Justice, Human Rights, and Women’s Rights. Invited chapter to appear in N. S. Rubin & R. L. Flores (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights. (accepted for publication)

Other Publications

Markowitz, E. M., & Chapman, D. A. (2019). Engaging diverse audiences on climate change adaptation: key insights for effective communication from across the social sciences. Report commissioned by Spitfire Strategies.

Chapman, D. A. (August, 2015). Climate change and disasters: how framing affects justifications for giving or withholding aid to disaster victims. SPSP Character and Context Blog, guest post. Available at: http://www.spsp.org/blog/climate-change-disaster

Clayton, S., Silka, L., & Trott, C. D., Chapman, D. A., & Mancoll, S. (December, 2016). Building Resilient Communities in the Face of Climate Change: A Resource for Local Communities. Report commissioned by the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. Available at: http://www.spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewPage&pageID=2098&nodeID=1

Corner, A., Webster, R. & Teriete, C. (2015). Climate visuals: seven principles for visual climate change communication (based on international social research). Oxford: Climate Outreach. (Credited as a contributing author). Available at: http://climateoutreach.org/resources/visual-climate-change-communication/