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The relationship between nature connectedness and happiness: A meta-analysis

Capaldi, C.A., Dopko, R.L. and Zelenski, J.M., 2014. The relationship between nature connectedness and happiness: A meta-analysis.¬†Frontiers in psychology, p.976.   Research suggests that contact with nature can be beneficial, for example leading to improvements in mood, cognition, and health. A distinct but related idea is the personality construct of subjective nature connectedness, a stable …

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Greener neighbourhoods, slimmer people? Evidence from 246 920 Australians

Astell-Burt, T., Feng, X. and Kolt, G.S., 2014. Greener neighborhoods, slimmer people? Evidence from 246 920 Australians. International journal of obesity, 38(1), pp.156-159.   Abstract Although there is growing consensus that population-level improvements in cardiovascular health depend upon environments that promote healthy lifestyles, evidence to support large-scale investments in neighborhood greenery to tackle obesity is inconsistent and …

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