HUMAN NATURE INTERACTIONS
This collection of work surrounds how humans interact with nature, and how these interactions can support health and wellbeing. Designed with the ethos of mutual benefit, we believe that human gain should not come with a cost to nature.
References and Links to Papers
DETERMINING THE RIGHT DOSE: DYNAMIC MULTIDIMENSIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE NATURE AND HEALTH RELATIONSHIP
This critical review provides a new theoretical position to understanding the medicalisation of nature, and how we can best carry out research to capture the ability of nature to restore and promote health.
This artlice is available as a pre-print (not yet peer-reviewed): https://psyarxiv.com/knw3e
A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE: HOW INTERACTIONS WITH NON‐COMPANION ANIMALS MIGHT HELP REDUCE HUMAN STRESS
Sumner, RC, Goodenough, AE. A walk on the wild side: How interactions with non‐companion animals might help reduce human stress. People Nat. 2020; 00: 1– 11. https://doi.org/10.1002/pan3.10074
ENGAGE WITH YOUR COMMUNITY WITH FRESH EYES: PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF MINDFUL PHOTOGRAPHY AS AN INTERVENTION TO SUPPORT WELLBEING
Sumner, R. C., Hughes S. & Crone, D.M. (2019). Engage with your community with fresh eyes: Preliminary evaluation of mindful photography as an intervention to support wellbeing. University of Gloucestershire, U.K. ISBN: 978-1-86174-263-6
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