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Nature Involvement Increases Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being : A Two-Week Experimental Study

  title={Nature Involvement Increases Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being : A Two-Week Experimental Study},
  author={Holli-Anne Passmore and A. Howell},
Given experimental evidence of enhancement of well-being as a result of brief exposure to nature, we sought to study the effect of ongoing nature involvement on well-being. Undergraduate participants (N = 84) were randomly assigned to either a nature intervention condition or a control condition. Results indicated that, at the end of 2 weeks, netpositive affect and feelings of elevation were significantly higher, and meaning was marginally higher, in the nature intervention condition relative… CONTINUE READING

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