Restorative experience, self-regulation, and children's place preferences

@article{Korpela2002RestorativeES,
  title={Restorative experience, self-regulation, and children's place preferences},
  author={Kalevi M Korpela and Marketta Kytt{\"a} and Terry Hartig},
  journal={Journal of Environmental Psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={22},
  pages={387-398}
}
We examined the role of restorative experience and self-regulation in the formation of place preferences by Finnish children. Girls and boys (n ¼ 55) aged 8^9 or12^13 and living in downtown Tamper e orHelsinki answered open- and closed-ended questions in a structured interview. One or both parents completed a questionnaire. We did not ¢nd statistically signi¢cant associations between age or gender and type of favorite place, nor was a particular type of favorite place named disproportionately… 

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