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The Restorative Environment: Nature and Human Experience

@inproceedings{Kaplan1992TheRE,
  title={The Restorative Environment: Nature and Human Experience},
  author={S. Kaplan},
  year={1992}
}
Early human beings were a part of nature. Over the millennia the gulf between humanity and the natural environment has steadily widened. Now, however, there is growing concern that this gulf has become toogreat, that we have strayed too far for our own good. This shift is due, at least in part, to a change in circumstances. Increasingly, people are confronted by pressures that are inexorably changing their lives. Although these pressures are by no means new, their steady increase and their… Expand
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