Rethinking the Nature vs. Urban Environment Dichotomy

Recent research in the field of environmental psychology starts to question whether the commonly assumed positive impact of exposure to nature environments on behaviour, health and wellbeing is specific to nature per se, or rather reflects implicit biases in the selection of environments under investigation and experimental assumptions. Here, we implemented spatial multi-arrangement methodology to obtain similarity ratings for three key factors proposed to differ between nature and urban scenes, namely fascination, liking and visual discomfort. Deposit contains participants' raw data as well as processed data, including instructions for analysis

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Creator(s) Ute Leonards, Jasmina Stevanov, Jay Davies
Publication date 16 Apr 2024
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.37mvvchhk11y02ghhbibfbniwp
Citation Ute Leonards, Jasmina Stevanov, Jay Davies (2024): Rethinking the Nature vs. Urban Environment Dichotomy. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.37mvvchhk11y02ghhbibfbniwp
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