People over 50 who garden are more satisfied with their personal lives and level of physical activity than non-gardeners.
That ivy may be destroying the façade of your home, but it’s doing all sorts of good things for your neighbors psychologically.
What sort of landscape do people living in the high desert prefer?
New work by researchers at Yeshiva University definitively describes the ways that autistic children process sensory information and supports previous research indicating that people with autism “have difficulty coping with multiple sources of sensory information.”
The psychological benefits of nature experiences have been identified and clarified in scores of previous studies.
Ecotherapy is a form of clinical psychology that focuses on “circles of mutual healing between the human mind and the natural world from which it evolved. "
There are a variety of noises in natural environments, and an increasing number of them are man made.
English, Wilson, and Keller-Olaman have investigated the role of place in the lives of women recovering from breast cancer.
Chang has analyzed the relationship between burglary rates and selected social, economic, and physical aspects of urban areas.
Researchers from the University of Rochester have uncovered even more evidence that experiencing nature is a good thing.