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Experiences and stress reduction of viewing natural environmental settings


, : Experiences and stress reduction of viewing natural environmental settings. Acta Horticulturae: 5, 139-146

This study tested the relationships between psychological and psychophysiological benefits of viewing different nature-based landscapes. Six locations of different natural environment settings in Taiwan were filmed for this study. The experience scale was used to assess participants' satisfaction. The State Anxiety Inventory was used to measure the participants' psychological benefits.

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