What's wrong with virtual trees? Restoring from stress in a mediated environment

@inproceedings{Kort2006WhatsWW,
  title={What's wrong with virtual trees? Restoring from stress in a mediated environment},
  author={de Yaw Yvonne Kort and Al Anneloes Meijnders and Aag Anne-mie Sponselee and Wa Wijnand IJsselsteijn},
  year={2006}
}
Restorative environments are environments that can help restore depleted attention resources or reduce emotional and psychophysiological stress. These effects have been demonstrated not only in real environments, but also in mediated (projected, broadcasted, etc.) environments. However, the importance of simulation qualities to restoration outcomes has not been systematically studied. The present experiment investigates the importance of immersion in a mediated environment in relation to… CONTINUE READING

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