The Guardian

... reports in the article: Time spent in blue rooms benefits children later in life about what effects exposure to blue spaces – such as coasts, rivers and lakes – in childhood has on adult life. Congratulations to all authors involved - and especially, of course, to Valeria Vitale, Mat White and Sabine Pahl. They all together made this challenging and important study (more than 15,000 participants in 18 different countries) possible!

Check further details at the Website of University of Exeter and have a look into the study published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology. 

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Environmental psychology seeks to understand the interplay between people and their environment. As a research field it examines the transactions and interrelationships between us and our physical surroundings in order to understand why and how we impact each other.

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