Leila Scannell, Ph.D.

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2013 Psychology University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Robert Gifford grad student 2013 Royal Roads University (Canada)
 (The Bases of Bonding: The Psychological Functions of Place Attachment in Comparison to Interpersonal Attachment.)
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Scannell L, Gifford R. (2017) The experienced psychological benefits of place attachment Journal of Environmental Psychology. 51: 256-269
Scannell L, Gifford R. (2016) Place Attachment Enhances Psychological Need Satisfaction Environment and Behavior. 49: 359-389
Scannell L, Hodgson M, García Moreno Villarreal J, et al. (2014) The Role of Acoustics in the Perceived Suitability of, and Well-Being in, Informal Learning Spaces Environment and Behavior. 48: 769-795
Scannell L, Gifford R. (2013) Comparing the theories of interpersonal and place attachment Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Applications. 23-36
Scannell L, Gifford R. (2013) Personally Relevant Climate Change: The Role of Place Attachment and Local Versus Global Message Framing in Engagement Environment and Behavior. 45: 60-85
Sussman R, Greeno M, Gifford R, et al. (2013) The Effectiveness of Models and Prompts on Waste Diversion: A Field Experiment on Composting by Cafeteria Patrons Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 43: 24-34
Scannell L, Gifford R. (2010) The relations between natural and civic place attachment and pro-environmental behavior Journal of Environmental Psychology. 30: 289-297
Scannell L, Gifford R. (2010) Defining place attachment: A tripartite organizing framework Journal of Environmental Psychology. 30: 1-10
Gifford R, Scannell L, Kormos C, et al. (2009) Temporal pessimism and spatial optimism in environmental assessments: An 18-nation study Journal of Environmental Psychology. 29: 1-12
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