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Wan-Wei Yu, Der-Lin Ling, and Yu-Sen Chang

famous plant parables. Therefore, horticultural activities may have the potential to promote spiritual health. Because therapeutic horticulture currently refers only to physical, psychological, and social benefits ( Relf, 1998 ), the purpose of this study

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Derrick R. Stowell, J. Mark Fly, William E. Klingeman, Caula A. Beyl, Angela J. Wozencroft, Douglas L. Airhart, and P.J. Snodgrass

leading horticulture programs in a variety of treatment settings ( Haller et al., 2019 ). Like RT, two terms began to develop to describe different elements of the profession: “therapeutic horticulture” emerged to describe the use of horticulture in

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Rosalie J. Kelley, Tina M. Waliczek, and F. Alice Le Duc

al. (2011) conducted a study using therapeutic horticulture to assess changes in psychological distress and social participation in adults who were diagnosed with clinical depression. Therapeutic horticulture is a plant-based activity that includes

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Hyunju Jo, Susan Rodiek, Eijiro Fujii, Yoshifumi Miyazaki, Bum-Jin Park, and Seoung-Won Ann

can be applied to the design of improved environments; they can also be used in therapeutic horticulture to create more effective healing experiences ( Cooper Marcus and Barnes, 1999 ; Gonzalez et al., 2010 ). Although there is empirical evidence of

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Hui He, Yanwei Yu, Jiamin Li, Luyun Hu, and Fan Zhou

Neuropsychopharmacologia Hungarica 11 41 45 Gonzalez, M.T. Hartig, T. Patil, G.G. Martinsen, E.W. Kirkevold, M. 2009 Therapeutic horticulture in clinical depression: A prospective study Res. Theory Nurs. Pract. 23 312 328 Hu, X.L. Zhang, Y.H. Lu, Y. Liang, Z. Zhao, J

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer, Stan Hokanson, Susan Galatowitsch, and James Luby

University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Minnesota Landscape Arboretum Chaska, MN Larson, J.M. Meyer, M.H. 2006 Generations gardening together: Sourcebook for intergenerational therapeutic horticulture Haworth Press Binghamton, NY Meyer, M.H. 2000 150

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Sheri Dorn, Milton G. Newberry III, Ellen M. Bauske, and Svoboda V. Pennisi

of special populations specifically mentioned by NIFA’s therapeutic horticulture initiatives. It only makes sense that ERTs for EMG outreach should align with local issues and needs within a state extension framework set to respond to the initiatives

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Jemma L. Hawkins, Kathryn J. Thirlaway, Karianne Backx, and Deborah A. Clayton

BTCV Green Gym at Portslade, East Sussex Oxford Brookes University Oxford, UK Sempik, J. Aldridge, J. Becker, S. 2005 Health, well-being and social inclusion Therapeutic horticulture in the UK Policy Press Bristol, UK Sommerfeld, A.J. Waliczek, T

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A-Young Lee, Sin-Ae Park, Hye-Gyeong Park, and Ki-Cheol Son

) distributed practice in balance ability training, 3) total skill practice in reaching–grasping training, and 4) total skill practice in balance ability training ( Table 1 ; Fig. 1 ). Fig. 1. Therapeutic horticultural activity motions for the rehabilitation of