Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Nature

Classification path:
CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Physical environment Natural environment Nature
Additional keywords
Nature,countryside, biotope, rural, urban
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Gullone, E. The Biophilia Hypothesis and Life in the 21st Century: Increasing Mental Health or Increasing Pathology?
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2000, Vol. 1, 293 - 321
Van Herzele, A.; DeVries, S. Linking Green Space to Health: A Comparative Study of Two Urban Neighbourhoods in Ghent, Belgium.
Population and Environment, 2012, Vol. 34, 171 - 193
Burns, G.W. Gross Natural Happiness: Can we have Both Psychological and Ecological Well-Being?
Karma Ura, D.;Penjore, D.;Eds.: ''Gross National Happiness. Practice and Measurement'', The Center for Bhutan Studies, 2009,Thimphu, Bhutan, 127 - 148
Vemuri, A.W.; Costanza, R. The Role of Human, Social, Built and Natural Capital in Explaining Life Satisfaction at the Country Level: Toward a National Well-Being Index (NWI).
Ecological Economics, 2006, Vol. 58, 119 -133
Ambrey, C.L.; Fleming, C.M. The Influence of the Natural Environment and Climate on Life Satisfaction in Australia.
Paper 55th Annual AARES National Conference, 2011, Melbourne, Australia
Bertram, C.; Rehdanz, K. The Role of Urban Green Space for Human Well-Being.
IFW Kiel Institute, Working Papers, 2014, No. 1911, Kiel, Germany
Rainisio, N.; Inghilleri, P. Culture, Environmental Psychology, and Well-Being: An Emergent Theoretical Framework.
Book Chapter: Well-Being and Culture: Perspectives from Positive Psychology, 2013, 103 - 116
Kountouris, Y.; Remoundou, K. Valuing the Welfare Cost of Forest Fires: a Life Satisfaction Approach.
KYKLOS, 2011, Vol. 64, 556 - 578
Ambrey, C.L.; Fleming, C.M. Valuing Australia’s Protected Areas: A life Satisfaction Approach.
New Zealand Economic Papers, 2012, Vol. 46, 191 - 209
Ambrey, C.L. An Investigation into the Synergistic Wellbeing Benefits of Greenspace and Physical Activity: Moving Beyond the Mean.
Regional Studies, 2014, 1 - 12, Australia
MacKerron, G Happiness is Greater in Natural Environments.
LSE Research Online, 2013, No. 49376, 1 - 26
MacKerron, G Happiness and Environmental Quality
Thesis, 2011, Department of Geography & Environment of the London School of Economics.1 - 471, London, UK
Ambrey, C.L.; Fleming, C.M. Valuing Ecosystem Diversity in South East Queensland: A Life Satisfaction Approach.
Social Indicators Research, 2014, Vol. 115, 45 - 65
McMahan, E.A. Happiness comes Naturally: Engagement with Nature as a Route to Positive Subjective Well-Being.
NOBASCHOLAR, 2018, In E. Diener, S. Oishi, & L. Tay (Eds.), Handbook of well-being. 1 - 18
McMahan, E.A.; Estes, D. The Effect of Contact with Natural Environments on Positive and Negative Affect: A meta-analysis
The Journal of Positive Psychology, Vol. 10, 507 - 519
Nisbet, E.K.; Zelenski, J.M. Underestimating Nearby Nature: Affective Forecasting Errors Obscure the Happy Path to Sustainability
Psychological Science, 2011, Vol.22, 1101 - 1106
Olivos, P.; Clayton, S. Self, Nature andWell-Being: Sense of Connectedness and Environmental Identity for Quality of Life
Fleury-Bahi, G. et al (Eds.), 2017, Handbook of Environmental Psychology and Quality of Life Research, Springer, Switzerland, Chapter 6
Passmore, H.A.; Howell, A.J. Nature Involvement Increases Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being: A Two-Week Experimental Study
Ecopsychology, 2014, Vol. 6, Issue 3, online