Exposure to Neighborhood Green Space and Mental Health: Evidence from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin

@inproceedings{Beyer2014ExposureTN,
  title={Exposure to Neighborhood Green Space and Mental Health: Evidence from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin },
  author={Kirsten M. M. Beyer and Andrea Kaltenbach and Anik{\'o} N Szab{\'o} and Sandra Bogar and Francisco Javier Nieto and Kristen M C Malecki},
  booktitle={International journal of environmental research and public health},
  year={2014}
}
Green space is now widely viewed as a health-promoting characteristic of residential environments, and has been linked to mental health benefits such as recovery from mental fatigue and reduced stress, particularly through experimental work in environmental psychology. Few population level studies have examined the relationships between green space and mental health. Further, few studies have considered the role of green space in non-urban settings. This study contributes a population-level… CONTINUE READING
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