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Is Interior Wood use Psychologically Beneficial? A Review of Psychological Responses Toward Wood

  title={Is Interior Wood use Psychologically Beneficial? A Review of Psychological Responses Toward Wood},
  author={A. Q. Nyrud and Tina Bringslimark},
  journal={Wood and Fiber Science},
  • A. Q. Nyrud, Tina Bringslimark
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology
  • Wood and Fiber Science
  • Over the past decades, a number of empirical studies have documented that nature or elements of nature in both outdoor and indoor settings can be beneficial for human health and well-being. Wood is a natural product and it is therefore relevant to investigate whether interior wood use might have some of the same beneficial effects. The aim of the present study is therefore to investigate whether interior wood use might be psychologically beneficial by reviewing studies that have investigated… CONTINUE READING
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