The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Attention restoration theory, Urban environment, Mental health and Green exercise. His Social psychology research incorporates elements of Structural equation modeling, Ecology and Preference. His Attention restoration theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Psychophysiology, Person–environment fit, Place identity and Reliability.
His research in Mental health intersects with topics in Health promotion, Urbanization, Health education and British Household Panel Survey. His study in Green exercise is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public economics, Anger, Green infrastructure, Interpersonal relationship and Exploitation of natural resources. His Cognition study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology and Wilderness.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Mental health, Demography, Gerontology and Natural. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Attention restoration theory and Affect, intersects with other areas such as Urban environment. Terry Hartig interconnects Depression and Anxiety in the investigation of issues within Mental health.
Terry Hartig combines subjects such as Odds and Unemployment with his study of Demography. Mindfulness and Environmental ethics are fields of study that intersect with his Natural research. His Psychiatry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Clinical psychology and Horticulture.
His primary areas of investigation include Mental health, Natural, Mindfulness, Demography and Clinical psychology. His work deals with themes such as Structural equation modeling and Young adult, Gerontology, which intersect with Mental health. His research on Mindfulness frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Cognitive psychology.
His Demography research includes elements of Recreation, Social environment and Intervention studies. His Mood study in the realm of Clinical psychology interacts with subjects such as Extant taxon and Pooled Sample. His Conceptual model study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Urbanization, Public relations and Value.
Terry Hartig spends much of his time researching Mental health, Public relations, Intervention studies, Recreation and Demography. The concepts of his Mental health study are interwoven with issues in Young adult and Gerontology. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Promotion, Expert elicitation, Green exercise and Social determinants of health.
His work often combines Intervention studies and Neighbourhood studies.
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Tracking restoration in natural and urban field settings.
Terry Hartig;Gary W Evans;Larry D Jamner;Deborah S Davis.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2003)
Restorative Effects of Natural Environment Experiences
Terry Hartig;Marlis Mang;Gary W. Evans.
Environment and Behavior (1991)
Nature and Health
Terry Hartig;Richard Mitchell;Sjerp de Vries;Howard Frumkin.
Annual Review of Public Health (2014)
Preference for Nature in Urbanized Societies: Stress, Restoration, and the Pursuit of Sustainability
Agnes E. van den Berg;Terry Hartig;Henk Staats.
Journal of Social Issues (2007)
RESTORATIVE QUALITIES OF FAVORITE PLACES
Kalevi Korpela;Terry Hartig.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (1996)
Restorative experience and self-regulation in favorite places
Kalevi M. Korpela;Terry Hartig;Florian G. Kaiser;Urs Fuhrer.
Environment and Behavior (2001)
Quality attributes of public transport that attract car users : A research review
Lauren Redman;Margareta Friman;Tommy Gärling;Tommy Gärling;Terry Hartig.
Transport Policy (2013)
A measure of restorative quality in environments
Terry Hartig;Kalevi Korpela;Gary W. Evans;Tommy Gärling.
Scandinavian Housing and Planning Research (1997)
Exploring pathways linking greenspace to health: Theoretical and methodological guidance.
Iana Markevych;Julia Schoierer;Terry Hartig;Alexandra Chudnovsky.
Environmental Research (2017)
Ecological behavior, environmental attitude, and feelings of responsibility for the environment
Florian G. Kaiser;Michael Ranney;Terry Hartig;Peter A. Bowler.
European Psychologist (1999)
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