Douglas Paton
Douglas Paton
Professor of Psychology, Charles Darwin University
Verified email at cdu.edu.au
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Rivalry and the industry model of Scottish knitwear producers
JF Porac, H Thomas, F Wilson, D Paton, A Kanfer
Administrative science quarterly, 203-227, 1995
11451995
Disasters and communities: vulnerability, resilience and preparedness
D Paton, D Johnston
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2001
9272001
Disaster preparedness: a social‐cognitive perspective
D Paton
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2003
6232003
Disaster resilience: an integrated approach
D Paton, D Johnston
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2017
5732017
Risk interpretation and action: A conceptual framework for responses to natural hazards
JR Eiser, A Bostrom, I Burton, DM Johnston, J McClure, D Paton, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 1, 5-16, 2012
4782012
Community resilience to volcanic hazard consequences
D Paton, M Millar, D Johnston
Natural hazards 24 (2), 157-169, 2001
3072001
Disaster response: risk, vulnerability and resilience
D Paton, L Smith, J Violanti
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2000
2762000
Risk perception and volcanic hazard mitigation: Individual and social perspectives
D Paton, L Smith, M Daly, D Johnston
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 172 (3-4), 179-188, 2008
2602008
When good intentions turn bad: promoting natural hazard preparedness
D Paton, L Smith, D Johnston
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 20 (1), 25-30, 2005
2602005
Risk communication and natural hazard mitigation: how trust influences its effectiveness
D Paton
International Journal of Global Environmental Issues 8 (1-2), 2-16, 2008
2242008
Disaster stress: an emergency management perspective
D Paton, R Flin
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 1999
2011999
Volcanic hazard perceptions: comparative shifts in knowledge and risk
DM Johnston, MSBCD Lai, BF Houghton, D Paton
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 1999
2011999
Volcanic hazards: risk perception and preparedness
D Paton, L Smith, D Johnston
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 29 (2), 86-91, 2000
1862000
Police trauma: Psychological aftermath of civilian combat
JM Violanti, D Paton
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 1999
169*1999
Disaster resilience: building capacity to co-exist with natural hazards and their consequences
D Paton
Disaster resilience: An integrated approach, 3-10, 2006
1632006
The perception of volcanic risk in Kona communities from Mauna Loa and Hualālai volcanoes, Hawai‵ i
CE Gregg, BF Houghton, DM Johnston, D Paton, DA Swanson
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 130 (3-4), 179-196, 2004
1612004
Disaster resilience: integrating individual, community, institutional and environmental perspectives
D Paton
Disaster resilience: An integrated approach 320, 2006
1592006
Measuring tsunami preparedness in coastal Washington, United States
D Johnston, D Paton, GL Crawford, K Ronan, B Houghton, P Bürgelt
Natural Hazards 35 (1), 173-184, 2005
1592005
Impacts of the 1945 and 1995–1996 Ruapehu eruptions, New Zealand: an example of increasing societal vulnerability
DM Johnston, BF Houghton, VE Neall, KR Ronan, D Paton
Geological Society of America Bulletin 112 (5), 720-726, 2000
1562000
A model of household preparedness for earthquakes: how individuals make meaning of earthquake information and how this influences preparedness
JS Becker, D Paton, DM Johnston, KR Ronan
Natural hazards 64 (1), 107-137, 2012
1532012
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