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Jo Barton
Jo Barton
Reader at the School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences, University of Essex
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What is the best dose of nature and green exercise for improving mental health? A multi-study analysis
J Barton, J Pretty
Environmental science & technology 44 (10), 3947-3955, 2010
18762010
Does participating in physical activity in outdoor natural environments have a greater effect on physical and mental wellbeing than physical activity indoors? A systematic review
J Thompson Coon, K Boddy, K Stein, R Whear, J Barton, MH Depledge
Environmental science & technology 45 (5), 1761-1772, 2011
14962011
The mental and physical health outcomes of green exercise
J Pretty, J Peacock, M Sellens, M Griffin
International journal of environmental health research 15 (5), 319-337, 2005
14252005
Green exercise in the UK countryside: Effects on health and psychological well-being, and implications for policy and planning
J Pretty, J Peacock, R Hine, M Sellens, N South, M Griffin
Journal of environmental planning and management 50 (2), 211-231, 2007
6892007
Green exercise in the UK countryside: Effects on health and psychological well-being, and implications for policy and planning
J Pretty, J Peacock, R Hine, M Sellens, N South, M Griffin
Journal of environmental planning and management 50 (2), 211-231, 2007
6892007
The great outdoors: how a green exercise environment can benefit all
VF Gladwell, DK Brown, C Wood, GR Sandercock, JL Barton
Extreme physiology & medicine 2 (1), 1-7, 2013
3902013
Viewing nature scenes positively affects recovery of autonomic function following acute-mental stress
DK Brown, JL Barton, VF Gladwell
Environmental science & technology 47 (11), 5562-5569, 2013
3832013
Exercise-, nature-and socially interactive-based initiatives improve mood and self-esteem in the clinical population
J Barton, M Griffin, J Pretty
Perspectives in public health 132 (2), 89-96, 2012
3112012
The health benefits of walking in greenspaces of high natural and heritage value
J Barton, R Hine, J Pretty
Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 6 (4), 261-278, 2009
2912009
Care farming in the UK: contexts, benefits and links with therapeutic communities
R Hine, J Peacock, J Pretty
Therapeutic communities 29 (3), 245-260, 2008
1962008
The effects of views of nature on autonomic control
VF Gladwell, DK Brown, JL Barton, MP Tarvainen, P Kuoppa, J Pretty, ...
European journal of applied physiology 112 (9), 3379-3386, 2012
1942012
Visual color perception in green exercise: Positive effects on mood and perceived exertion
A Akers, J Barton, R Cossey, P Gainsford, M Griffin, D Micklewright
Environmental science & technology 46 (16), 8661-8666, 2012
1922012
The importance of greenspace for mental health
J Barton, M Rogerson
BJPsych international 14 (4), 79-81, 2017
1522017
Physical activity levels of children living in different built environments
G Sandercock, C Angus, J Barton
Preventive Medicine 50 (4), 193-198, 2010
1512010
A countryside for health and wellbeing: the physical and mental health benefits of green exercise.
J Pretty, M Griffin, J Peacock, R Hine, M Sellens, N South
A countryside for health and wellbeing: the physical and mental health …, 2005
1482005
Influences of Green Outdoors versus Indoors Environmental Settings on Psychological and Social Outcomes of Controlled Exercise
M Rogerson, VF Gladwell, DJ Gallagher, JL Barton
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (4), 363, 2016
1382016
Nature, childhood, health and life pathways
J Pretty, C Angus, M Bain, J Barton, V Gladwell, R Hine, M Sellens
Occasional Paper 2, 202009-2, 2009
1372009
Walks4Work: Assessing the role of the natural environment in a workplace physical activity intervention
DK Brown, JL Barton, J Pretty, VF Gladwell
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 390-399, 2014
1252014
Green Exercise
R Bragg, C Wood, J Pretty
Routledge, 2016
1182016
Care farming in the UK: Evidence and Opportunities
R Hine, J Peacock, JN Pretty
University of Essex, 2008
1122008
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