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Amoly, E., Dadvand, P. Forns, J., Lopez-Vincente, M., Basagana,
(APA Formatting): X., Julvez, J., Sunyer, J. (2014). Green and blue spaces and
behavioral development in Barcelona schoolchildren: the
BREATHE project. Environmental Health Perspectives, 122, 13511358
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Scholarly article presenting a study

findings support beneficial impacts of contact with green and blue


spaces on behavioral development in schoolchildren
Cites Kuo and Faber studies.
Uses ADHD/DSM-IV questionnaires
Introduces blue space as a term
Found positive correlation between time spent in green and blue
settings and behavioral indicators.
Found inverse relationship between time spent in green and blue
settings and SDQ total difficulties
Discusses school greeness
Expands the current definition of green space to include blue
space.
Offers ideas of parent questionnaires. Finds both positive and
negative correlations to time spent in green space. May need to find
positive and negative relationships to further prove outcome.

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Faber Taylor, A., Kuo, F. E. (2008). Children concentrate better after
(APA Formatting): a walk in the park. Journal of Attention Disorders. Advance online
publication. doi: 10.1177/1087054708323000
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University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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scholarly article presenting a study

Children with ADHD concentrate better after walk in the park as


compared to other settings (downtown and neighborhood)
-one of the few articles/studies from United States on children,
nature, and attention.
-builds on previous studies/findings by these authors

-walking breaks outdoors


-discusses ART
-discusses green views from classroom
-discusses possible implications for schools.

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Kuo, F. E., & Taylor, A. F. (2006). Is contact with nature important
(APA Formatting): for healthy child development? State of the evidence. In C. Spencer
& M. Blades, (Eds.), Children and Their Environments. (pp.124140). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
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University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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Literature review

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Logan, A., Selhub, E. (2012). Vis Medicatrix naturae: Does nature

Children need nature

-attempts to answer the question Does contact with nature promote


healthy child development? through a review of the literature
-splits nature into two realms: green space and contact with
animals
-discusses strengths and weaknesses of studies
- after a review of the available literature, determined that current
evidence suggests children need nature for healthy child
development, but offers future questions to be answered
Potential relevance -an excellent background source
to your research
-cites many articles and findings
topic and study:
-may be able to eliminate some weaknesses from past studies from
my study

(APA Formatting): minister to the mind?. BioPsychoSocial Medicine, 6(11).


doi:10.1186/1751-0759-6-11
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Logan Genuine Health, Mill Valley, CA
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Selhub Harvard Medical School
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Literature Review

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Louv, R. (2008) Last child in the woods. Chapel Hill, North

Reexamines nature as a healer to include mental health and


vitality
-excellent background information
-defines and extends ancient principal of vis medicatrix naturae
-builds on Sir J. Arthurs Thomsons work
-looks at studies from all over the world

-and excellent background source


-cites articles and findings
-gives suggestions for future research that might be able to be
incorporated into my study (Who might have the most to gain from
contact with nature? What types of activities more effective?)

(APA Formatting): Carolina: Algonquin Books.


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Chairman of Children and Nature Network
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Book

Groundbreaking book on children in nature

-defined Nature Deficit Disorder


-examines human relationship to nature
-explains the problem
-examines benefits of nature
-examines the nature in schools
-offers suggestions for getting children into nature
-excellent review of literature, can pull articles he cites that seem
most relevant
-helps with definitions
-suggestions can be implemented in classroom

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Louv, R. (2011) The nature principal. Chapel Hill, North Carolina:


Algonquin Books.
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Chairman of Children and Nature Network

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Book

Builds on information and ideas presented in Last Child in the


Woods
- a focus on humans (not just children and nature)
- a more in-depth view of social, emotional, mental, and physical
benefits of nature
- more academic and less emotional take on reconnecting people to
nature

-excellent review of literature, can pull articles he cites that seem


most relevant
-helps with definitions
-suggestions can be implemented in classroom

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Nieuwenhuis, M., Knight, C., Postmes, T., & Haslam, S. A. (2014).
(APA Formatting): The relative benefits of green versus lean office space: Three field
experiments. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 20,
199-214.
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Cardiff University, University of Exeter, University of Groningen,
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University of Queensland
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Scholarly article presenting a study

enhanced outcomes were observed when offices were enriched by


plants
-reviews literature and movement to green office space.
-makes connections to benefits of outdoor green space
-each study created to eliminate questions from previous study

-classroom = office space for students


-can see if results cross over with children
-informs quantity and type of plants

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Selhub, E. (2012, May). Nature and the brain: Mental detox from
(APA Formatting): modern info-toxicity. Alive.com (49-51). Retrieved from
http://www.alive.com
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Harvard Medical School
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Magazine Article

Considers the current issues in a cyber-based society and the


counter-acting health benefits of nature
-looks at research from around the world to consider how nature
promotes health
-connects current problems in society with nature as a fix
-brain imaging

- easy read and offers quick quotes


- caring attitudes

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Thompson, J. Thompson R. (2007, November/December) Natural
(APA Formatting): connections: children, nature, and social-emotional development.
Exchange. (46-49).
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University of California
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Trade Article

Discusses green space as a place for social interaction

-focuses on self, social interaction, and relationships


-importance of outdoor space for child development, especially in
the early years
-reviews loose parts theory
- focuses on play

- reminds me of how to best interact with students in the outdoor


setting
- cites behaviors to look for in outdoor settings that would key me
into social and emotional growth

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University of Rochester. (2009, September). Nature makes us more
(APA Formatting): caring, study says. Retrieved from http://www.rochester.edu/news
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University of Rochester/Richard Ryan
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Press Release

Groundbreaking, 4 studies (doctoral work) show people are nicer


and more generous after connecting with nature
-identified health benefits of nature
-identified need to connect with nature for benefits to be seen
-nice, generous

-shows actual pictures of spaces


-need to connect
-guided focus