One of the most recent published paper Understanding Nature and Its Cognitive Benefits (by Schertz, K. E. and Berman, M. G.) was picked as feature paper by Association for Psychological Science (APS) in their “Teaching Current Directions in Psychological Science” website. The section, “Going Green: The Cognitive Benefits of Nature“, quote the argument from the paper “exposure to nature — via active walking or passive viewing — benefits cognition”, as well as many other findings from Environmental Neuroscience Lab. Read the full content here.
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