Litteraturliste

Positive processer i naturen

Skovskolen, Nøddebo

November 2011

 

Litteratur   

 

Abrammson, K. & Tenngart, C. (2003). Grön rehabilitering: behov, föruttsättningar och möjligheter för en grön rehabiliteringsmodel. Report from Swedish University of Agriculture and LRF Sydost.

  

Adhemar, A. J., "En naturlig psykologi", Psykolog Nyt, maj 2008

 

Adhemar, A. J. (2008). Nature as clinical psychological intervention: evidence, applications and implications. Kandidat afhandling, Psykologisk Institut, Århus Universitet (Kan downloades fra: www.ecotherapy.co.uk)

 

Barton, J. & Pretty, J. (2010). What is the best dose of nature and green exercise for improving mental health? A multi-study analysis. Environmental Science Technology, 44.

 

Bird, W. (2007). Natural Thinking: Investigating the Link between the Natural Environment, Biodiversity and Mental Health. A report by Dr William Bird for the RSPB, UK.

 

Burls, A. (2007). People and green spaces: promoting public health and mental well-being through ecotherapy. Journal of Public Mental Health, 6 (3), 24-39.

 

Burns, G. W. (2005). Naturally happy, naturally healthy: the role of the natural environment in well-being. In: Huppert, F., Baylis, N. & Keverne, B. (Eds), The Science of Well-Being, New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Burns, G. W. (1998), Nature Guided Therapy: Brief Integrative Strategies for Health and Well- Being, PA: Brunner/Mazel.

 

Buzzel, L. & Chalquist, C. (Eds) (2009), Ecotherapy: Healing with Nature in Mind

 

Charles, C. et al (2008) Children and Nature 2008 - a report on the movement to reconnect children to the Natural World (Children & Nature Network)

 

Clayton, S. & Opotow, S. (2003). Identity and the natural environment: the psychological significance of nature. Cambridge: MIT Press.

 

Clinebell, H. (1996). Ecotherapy: healing ourselves, healing the earth. A guide to grounded personality theory. NY: The Haworth Press.

 

Coleman, M. (2006). Awake in the wild: mindfulness in nature as path to self-discovery. Inner Ocean Publishing: San Francisco.

 

Cooper Marcus, C. & Barnes, M. (Eds), (1999a). Healing gardens: therapeutic benefits and design recommendations. New York: Wiley.

 

De Vries, S., Verhij, R. A., Groenewegen, P. P. & Spreeuwenberg, P. (2003). Natural environments – healthy environments? An exploratory analysis of the relationship between green space and health. Environment and Planning 35, 1717-1731.

    

Danmarks Naturfredninsforening, 2009. Slip Børnene Fri i Naturen - tema nummer.

 

Edlev, L.T. (2004). Natur og miljø i pædagogisk arbejde. Gyldendals  Akademiske Bogklubber, Kbh.

 

Grahn, P. (2007a). Naturens og trädgårdens betydelse för personer med utmættningdepression. Landskabsplanering, Alnarp rehabträdgården, http://www.lpal.slu.se (June, 2007)

  

Grahn, P. & Stigsdotter, U. A. (2003). Landscape planning and stress. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 2, 1-18.

 

Grahn, P., Mårtensson, F., Lindblad, B., Nilsson, P. & Ekman, A. (2000). Børns udeleg: betingelser og betydning. Kbh: Forlaget Børn og Unge.

 

Hansen, K. B. & Nielsen, T. S. (2005). Natur og grønne områder forebyggerstress. Skov og Landskab,  KVL, Kbh.

 

Health Council of the Netherlands (2004). Nature and Health: the influence of nature on social, psychological and physical well-being. Publication no. 2004/09. The Hague: Health Council of the Netherlands and Dutch Advisory Council for Research on Spatial Planning, Environment and Nature.

  

Holm , S. & Tvedt, T. (1998),  De Grønne Områder og Sundheden, Forskningscenteret for Skov og Landskab.

 

Kaplan, S. (2001). Meditation, restoration and the management of mental fatigue. Environment and Behavior, 33, 480-506.

 

Kaplan, R. (2001). The nature of the view from home: psychological benefits. Environment and Behavior, 33, 507-542.

Kaplan, R., Kaplan, S. & Ryan, R. L. (1998) With people in mind: design and management of everyday nature. Washington: Island Press.

 

Kaplan, R. & Kaplan, S. (1989). The experience of nature: a psychological perspective. Cambridge University Press.

 

Linden, S. & Grut, J. (2002). The Healing Fields: working with psychotherapy and nature to rebuild shattered lives. London: Frances Lincoln Ltd.

 

Maller, C., Townsend, M., Pryor, A., Brown, P. & St. Leger, L. (2005). Healthy nature, healthy people: ‘Contact with nature’ as an upstream health promotion intervention for populations. Health Promotion International, 21, 45-54.

 

Maller, C., Townsend, M., Brown, P. & St. Leger, L. (2002). Healthy parks, health people. Deakin University and Parks Victoria, Victoria, Australia.

http://www.parkweb.vic.gov.au/resources/mhphp/pv1.pdf (January 2008)

 

Mind, (2007). Ecotherapy: the green agenda for mental health, Mind Week Report, May 2007, London: Mind Publications.

  

Morris, N. (2003). Health, Well-Being and Open Space: Literature Review. Open Space, Edinburgh College of Art and Heirot Watt University.

 

Naturvejleder (2011). Tema: Grønt er sundt for sjælen. Marts 2011, 20. årg, nr. 1.

 

Nilsson, K. et al. (2010) Forests, Trees and Human Health, Springer.

 

Nielsen, T. S. & Hansen, K. B. (2007) Do green areas affect health? Results from a Danish survey on the use of green areas and health indicators. Health and Place, 13, pp. 839-850.

  

Pretty, J., Peacock, J., Sellens, M & Griffin, M (2005). The mental and physical health outcomes of green exercise. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 15 (5), 319-337.

 

Pretty, J., Peacock, J. & Hine, R (2007). Green exercise in the UK countryside: effects on health and psychological well-being, and implications for policy and planning. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 50 (2), 211-231.

 

Reynolds, V. (2002). Well-being comes naturally: an evaluation of the BTCV green gym at portslade, East Sussex, Report 17, Oxford Brookes University, School of Health and Social Care.

 

Stigsdotters, U. A. & Grahn, P. (2004). A garden at your workplace may reduce stress. In: Dilani, A. (Ed), Design and Health III – Health Promotion through Environmental Design. Research Center for Design and Health, Stockholm, pp 147-157.

                       

Taylor, A. F. & Kuo, F. E. (2008), Children with Attention Deficits concentrate better after a walk in the park. Journal of Attention Disorders, August no. 1.

 

Taylor, A. F., Kuo, F. E. & Sullivan, W. C. (2001). Coping with ADD: the suprising connection to green play settings. Environment and Behavior, Vol 33, 1, pp. 54-77

 

Wells, N. M. (2000). At home with nature: effects of “greenness” on children’s cognitive functioning. Environment and Behavior, 32, 775-795.

 

Whitehouse, S. Varni, J. W., Seid, M. (2001). Evaluating a children’s hospital garden environment: utilisation and consumer satisfaction. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 21, 301-314.

 

White R. & Heerwagen, J. (1998). Nature and mental health: biophilia and biophobia. In: Lundberg, A. (Ed), The Environment and Mental Health: A Guide for Clinicians, Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum Associates.

 

Østergaard, S (2009). Naturlig Mindfulness - naturen som stimulerende rum. Kognition og Pædagogik, nr. 71.

 

 

 

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