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Stevens, Paul (2014). Feeling our way in ecopsychology. Ecopsychology, 6(1) pp. 28–29.

Stevens, Paul (2014). Affective priming of perceived environmental restorativeness. International Journal of Psychology, 49(1) pp. 51–55.

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Stevens, Paul (2012). Towards an ecosociology. Sociology, 46(4) pp. 579–595.

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Hemingway, Ann and Stevens, Paul (2011). Innovating to achieve sustainable wellbeing inside the built environment. Perspectives in Public Health, 131(3) pp. 117–118.

Stevens, Paul and Hemingway, Ann (2011). Power to the people. Occupational Health, 63(3) pp. 22–23.

Stevens, Paul (2011). Healthy, happy, hippy: sustainability as an emergent property of wellbeing. In: Well-being 2011: The First International Conference Exploring the Multi-dimensions of Well-being, 18-19 Jul 2011, Birmingham, UK.

Stevens, Paul (2011). Sustainable wellbeing: linking the personal and the planetary. In: Mediating the Environment Change: Exploring the Way Forward, 4 Mar 2011, Bournemouth University.

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Stevens, Paul (2010). Embedment in the environment: a new paradigm for well-being? Perspectives in Public Health, 130(6) pp. 265–269.

Jordan, Martin; Stevens, Paul and Milton, Martin (2010). Editorial: ecopsychology: past, present and future. European Journal of Ecopsychology, 1 pp. 1–3.

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Stevens, Paul (2009). Are our assumptions more anomalous than the phenomena? In: Smith, Matthew D. ed. Anomalous Experiences: Essays from Parapsychological and Psychological Perspectives. Jefferson, NC, USA: McFarland & Co., pp. 50–60.

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Wiseman, Richard; Watt, Caroline; Stevens, Paul; Greening, Emma and O'Keeffe, Ciarán (2003). An investigation into alleged 'hauntings'. British Journal of Psychology, 94(2) pp. 195–211.

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