The urban brain: analysing outdoor physical activity with mobile EEG.

  title={The urban brain: analysing outdoor physical activity with mobile EEG.},
  author={Peter Alan Aspinall and Panagiotis Mavros and Richard Coyne and Jenny J. Roe},
  journal={British journal of sports medicine},
  volume={49 4},
BACKGROUND Researchers in environmental psychology, health studies and urban design are interested in the relationship between the environment, behaviour settings and emotions. In particular, happiness, or the presence of positive emotional mindsets, broadens an individual's thought-action repertoire with positive benefits to physical and intellectual activities, and to social and psychological resources. This occurs through play, exploration or similar activities. In addition, a body of… CONTINUE READING
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