Research

My experiences to date have taught me that conservation is an intricate web that links governments, people, wildlife, and plants, to the very minerals they grow upon. Successful conservation measures must strive to address the many whims of these diverse players in a practical, effectual manner. Therefore, as is true of life itself, conservation cannot be pegged into any one type of science, and is instead fundamentally interdisciplinary. My research interests in turn has spanned both the ecological and social sciences, threaded by a focus on human use of wildlife. For my doctoral and masters research, please see the pages below.

Doctoral research (2016 – 2020). University of Oxford, UK

Master’s research (2011 – 2012). University of Virginia, USA

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Published:
H Doughty, J Wright, D Veríssimo, JSH Lee, EJ Milner-Gulland (2020). Strategic advertising of online news articles as an intervention to influence wildlife product consumers. Conservation Science and Practice. DOI: 10.1111/csp2.272.

H Doughty, D Veríssimo, R Tan, JSH Lee, LR Carrasco, K Oliver, EJ Milner-Gulland (2019). Saiga horn user characteristics, motivations, and purchasing behaviour in Singapore. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0222038.

H Doughty, S Karpanty, H Wilbur (2015). Local hunting of carnivores in forested Africa: A meta-analysis. Oryx 49(1): 88-95. DOI: 10.1017/S0030605314000179

H Cheung, H Doughty, … D Biggs (2020). Understanding Traditional Chinese Medicine to strengthen conservation outcomes. People and Nature. DOI: 10.1002/pan3.10166

L Thomas-Walters, A Hinsley, D Bergin, G Burgess, H Doughty, … D Veríssimo (2020). Motivations for the use and consumption of wildlife products. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.13578.

D Veríssimo, T Pienkowski, M Arias, L Cugnière, H Doughty, … M Grace (2020). Ethical publishing in biodiversity conservation science. Conservation and Society. 18:220-5. https://bit.ly/3jqHw9H

Submitted:
H Doughty, K Oliver, D Veríssimo, JSH Lee, EJ Milner-Gulland (in revision). Using theory and evidence to design behaviour change interventions for reducing unsustainable wildlife consumption.
 
H Doughty, EJ Milner-Gulland, JSH Lee, K Oliver, LR Carrasco, D Veríssimo (in revision). Evaluating a Large-Scale Online Behaviour Change Intervention on Wildlife Consumers in Singapore.