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Healthy Cities; Mechanisms and research questions regarding the impacts of urban green landscapes on public health and well-being. Lin, Y. Does awareness effect the restorative function and perception of street trees.
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Frontiers in Psychology, 5 , p. Gaia meets Ascelpius: Creating Healthy Places. A dose of nature: Tree cover, stress reduction, and gender differences. Landscape and Urban Planning , , p. Holtan, M. Social life under cover: Tree canopy and social capital in Baltimore, Maryland. Tang, I. Perceptual evaluation of natural landscapes: The role of the individual connection to nature.
Sullivan, WC More than creativity: Infusing research in the design studio. In Burton, A. An Illinois sampler: Talking about teaching on the prairie.
William Sullivan's articles and book chapters
University of Illinois Press, Champaign. Sullivan, WC , in press. Wellbeing and green spaces in cities. In Bruton, L. Wellbeing and the Environment.
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. Nature and wellbeing. In Michalos, A. Ed , Encyclopedia of quality of life and well-being research. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, p. ISBN: A dialogue on the impact of urban landscape on human health. Landscape Architecture Frontier. Part I published in Volume 1 2 , April , p. Sullivan W. Mental health.
In Dannenberg, A. Island Press, Washington, DC. Matsuoka, R. Urban nature: Human psychological and community health.
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In Douglas, I. Landscapes of health and hope. In Aspinall, P. Can citizen participation become reasonable? In Bissell, J. Policy and the environment: Establishing ground rules through environmental design research.
Kenwick, R. Preferences for riparian buffers. Landscape and Urban Planning , 91 1 , Humans and conservation. Clayton, S. Sternberg, E. Conservation Biology , 24 1 p. Scott, R. This volume documents practices and principles that are being used to create Restorative Commons — either as small-scale experiments or as efforts to make innovative changes to large institutions.
Researchers contribute academic writing from the fields of medical history, evolutionary psychology, and urban planning. Short essays by architects are intended to provoke reflection on real and potential changes in urban infrastructure. Case studies present lessons learned from both practitioners and researchers. Challenges that prevent projects from realizing their fullest potential are also discussed. Well-designed and community-managed public spaces can help begin to address social justice issues, promote social cohesion, serve diverse communities, cultivate local economic systems, and support future generations through education and youth empowerment.
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Sensory integration and contact with nature: Designing outdoor inclusive environments. Children, Youth and Environment — A Quarterly. Natural Learning Initiative. New England Wildflower Society.
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