Open Access Research Infrastructures are Critical for Improving the Accessibility and Utility of Citizen Science: A Case Study of Australia’s National Biodiversity Infrastructure, the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA)
Roger, E., Kellie, D. J., Slatyer, C., Brenton, P., Torresan, O., Wallis, E., Zerger, A. (2023). Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 8(1). Preprint on EcoEvoRxiv


Prejudice towards sex workers depends on the sexual activity and autonomy of their work, hobbies and daily activities.
Kellie, D. J., Blake, K. R., & Brooks, R. C. (2021). Collabra: Psychology, 7(1), 24386. This paper is open access!
Preprint on PsyArXiv

Behind the makeup: The effects of cosmetics on women’s self‐objectification, and their objectification by others
Kellie, D. J., Blake, K. R., & Brooks, R. C. (2021). European Journal of Social Psychology.
Prepint on PsyArXiv


Papa don’t preach? Using lies to expose the truth about who suppresses female sexuality
Kellie, D. J., Dixson, B., & Brooks, R. (2020). Human Nature, 1-27.


What drives female objectification? An investigation of appearance-based interpersonal perceptions and the objectification of women
Kellie, D. J., Blake, K. R., & Brooks, R. (2019). PLoS One, 14(8), e0221388.

3 Minute Thesis talk I did on this paper


To what extent do biological and methodological differences drive heterogeneity in results in ecology?
Kellie, D. J., Parker, T., & Nakagawa, S. (in prep).
Pre-registration available on the Open Science Framework