Seit vielen Jahren nutze ich jede Gelegenheit, um drau├čen zu arbeiten. Nicht ohne Grund: Sch├Âne Naturlandschaften haben zahlreiche positive Effekte auf unsere Psyche. Studien weisen darauf hin, dass durch das Eintauchen ins „Gr├╝ne“ Menschen nicht nur weniger depressiv werden, sondern auch die Konzentrationsf├Ąhigkeit steigt. Vielleicht auch f├╝r euch das ideale B├╝ro?

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Studien (nur kleine Auswahl):

Bratman, G. N., Hamilton, J. P., & Daily, G. C. (2012). The impacts of nature experience on human cognitive function and mental health. Annals of the New York academy of sciences, 1249(1), 118-136.

Faber Taylor, A., & Kuo, F. E. (2009). Children with attention deficits concentrate better after walk in the park. Journal of attention disorders, 12(5), 402-409.

Marselle, M. R., Bowler, D. E., Watzema, J., Eichenberg, D., Kirsten, T., & Bonn, A. (2020). Urban street tree biodiversity and antidepressant prescriptions. Scientific reports, 10(1), 22445.

Menardo, E., Pasini, M., & Brondino, M. (2018). Comparing Perceived Restorativeness in Natural and Urban Environment: A Meta-Analysis. In 20. International research conference proceedings (pp. 506-506). International research conference (IRC).

Ohly, H., White, M. P., Wheeler, B. W., Bethel, A., Ukoumunne, O. C., Nikolaou, V., & Garside, R. (2016). Attention Restoration Theory: A systematic review of the attention restoration potential of exposure to natural environments. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 19(7), 305-343.

Tillmann, S., Tobin, D., Avison, W., & Gilliland, J. (2018). Mental health benefits of interactions with nature in children and teenagers: A systematic review. J Epidemiol Community Health, 72(10), 958-966.

Stevenson, M. P., Schilhab, T., & Bentsen, P. (2018). Attention Restoration Theory II: A systematic review to clarify attention processes affected by exposure to natural environments. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 21(4), 227-268.

Taylor, M. S., Wheeler, B. W., White, M. P., Economou, T., & Osborne, N. J. (2015). Research note: Urban street tree density and antidepressant prescription ratesÔÇöA cross-sectional study in London, UK. Landscape and Urban Planning, 136, 174-179.