From Atlantic Cities:
Two groups were given a test. Then one group walked through downtown Ann Arbor, and the other walked through the U of M Arboretum. The group that took the nature walk got higher scores when the test was repeated.
The author of the blog post also discusses a more recent study, and posts a map of the urban vs. nature walks:
This immediately makes me think of comparing a more meandering urban walk with the linear urban walk. What would the difference in results be, if any?
Mirrored from Nature Intrudes. Please comment over there.