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Andrea Dravigne, Tina Marie Waliczek, R.D. Lineberger, and J.M. Zajicek

workplace environments influence psychological and physiological factors of employees, specifically job satisfaction, and that people benefit from interactions with plants and nature ( Bringslimark et al., 2007 ; Goodrich, 1986 ). The benefits of plants

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Kim E. Hummer

include a total area over 3 million ha ( AAA Native Arts, 2013 ). Native peoples typically revered nature, lived sustainably, and were cognizant of the interconnected and harmonious aspects of plants, animals, and people ( Strass, 2010 ). Their presence

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Amy L. McFarland

–192. In: A. Lundberg (ed.). Environment and mental health. Lawrence Erlbaum, London, UK Wolf, K.L. 1996 Psycho-social dynamics of the urban forest in business districts, p. 27–32. In: P. Williams and J. Zajicek (eds.). People-plant interactions. Texas A

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Min-Jung Lee

, planting, flower arrangement, and topiary program groups in the Daegu Rehabilitation Center for mentally challenged people in South Korea during experiment period (5 d). For HRV, the sd of the normal–normal interval HRV measurements is an index of stress

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Allen V. Barker

complexities. The last chapter in this section deals with the interactions between nitrogen and carbon in plants and addresses topics of regulation of nitrogen and carbon metabolism and signaling pathways in plants. The two chapters on molecular genetics

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Chad T. Miller

diversify the typical plant identification course. Deeter (2003) reported positive student feedback from increased student-centered learning activity incorporation. For several weeks during the spring academic semester, primarily March, many people

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Weiling Yuan, Shangyong Yuan, Zhixiong Liu, Leifu Chen, and Zhengming Qiu

L.) is an annual plant of the family Asteraceae. It is an important leafy vegetable that has high market value, it is grown around the world and is used particularly as the base for salads. It can be easily cultivated because it has a short

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Ruth Kjærsti Raanaas, Grete Grindal Patil, and Terry Hartig

improved to a similar degree as indicated by the nonsignificant time × plant interaction reported in Table 2 . This held true regardless of gender and patient group. Table 2. Effects on self-reported health, subjective well-being, and activated

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Aaron G. Anderson, Isabella Messer, and Gail A. Langellotto

would use these native plants in their home gardens. Codes help us understand patterns in gardeners’ plant choices. Results Demographics A total of 482 people fully or partially completed the aesthetic preferences survey. Of these, 64

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Claudia C. Collins and Angela M. O'Callaghan

older adults is not new and has been researched by social scientists as well as horticulturists. In the 1970s, two Yale psychologists examined the value of people-plant interactions in a Connecticut nursing home ( Langer and Rodin, 1976 ). They found