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Kleppe, R. (2018). Affordances of 1- to 3-year-olds' risky play in Early Childhood Education and Care. Journal of Early Childhood Research. doi:
Dadvand, P., Pujol, J., Macia, D., Martínez-Vilavella, G., Blanco-Hinojo, L., Mortamais, M., et al.. (2018). The association between lifelong greenspace exposure and 3-dimensional brain magnetic resonance imaging in Barcelona schoolchildren. Environmental Health Perspectives. doi:
Fischer, L. K., Brinkmeyer, D., Karle, S. J., Cremer, K., Huttner, E., Seebauer, M., et al.. (2018). Biodiverse edible schools: Linking healthy food, school gardens and local urban biodiversity. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. doi:
Hougham, R. J., Nutter, M., & Graham, C.. (2018). Bridging natural and digital domains: Attitudes, confidence, and interest in using technology to learn outdoors. Journal of Experiential Education. doi:
Evans, G. W., Otto, S., & Kaiser, F. G.. (2018). Childhood origins of young adult environmental behavior. Psychological Science. doi:
Barfield, P. A., & Driessnack, M.. (2018). Children with ADHD draw-and-tell about what makes their life really good. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing. doi:
King, P., & Sills-Jones, P.. (2018). Children's use of public spaces and the role of the adult -- A comparison of play ranging in the UK and the leikkipuisto (Play Parks) in Finland. International Journal of Play. doi:
Adams, S., Savahl, S., Florence, M., & Jacks, K.. (2018). Considering the natural environment in the creation of child-friendly cities: Implications for children's subjective well-being. Child Indicators Research. doi:
Aalbers, C. B. E. M., & Sehested, K.. (2018). Critical upscaling. How citizens' initiatives can contribute to a transition in governance and quality of urban greenspace. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 29, 261-275. doi:
Luchs, A., & Fikus, M.. (2018). Differently designed playgrounds and preschooler’s physical activity play. Early Child Development and Care, 188(3), 281-295. doi:
Kuo, M., Browning, M. H. E. M., & Penner, M. L.. (2018). Do lessons in nature boost subsequent classroom engagement: Refueling students in flight. Frontiers in Psychology. doi:
Razani, N., Morshed, S., Kohn, M. A., Wells, N. W., Thompson, D., Alqassari, M., et al.. (2018). Effect of park prescriptions with and without group visits to parks on stress reduction in low-income parents: SHINE randomized trial. PLOS ONE. doi:
Rishbeth, C., Ganji, F., & Vodicka, G.. (2018). Ethnographic understandings of ethnically diverse neighbourhoods to inform urban design practice. Local Environment, 23(1), 36-53. doi:
Giusti, M., Svane, U., Raymond, C. M., & Beery, T. H.. (2018). A framework to assess where and how children connect to nature. Frontiers in Psychology. doi:
Arvidsen, J. (2018). Growing dens. On re-grounding the child-nature relationship through a new materialist approach to children's dens. Children's Geographies. doi:
Schalkwijk, A. A. H., van der Zwaard, B. C., Nijpels, G., Elders, P. J. M., & Platt, L.. (2018). The impact of greenspace and condition of the neighbourhood on child overweight. European Journal of Public Health, 28(1), 88-94. doi:
Petraviciene, I., Gražulevičienė, R., Andrusaityte, S., Dedele, A., & Nieuwenhuijsen, M. J.. (2018). Impact of the social and natural environment on preschool-age children weight. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15. doi:
Cho, Y., & Lee, D.. (2018). 'Love honey, hate honey bees': Reviving biophilia of elementary school students through environmental education program. Environmental Education Research, 24(3), 445-460. doi:
Jansson, M., Mårtensson, F., & Gunnarsson, A.. (2018). The meaning of participation in school ground greening: A study from project to everyday setting. Landscape Research, 43(1), 163-179. doi:
Li, D., Deal, B., Zhou, X., Slavenas, M., & Sullivan, W. C.. (2018). Moving beyond the neighborhood: Daily exposure to nature and adolescents' mood. Landscape and Urban Planning, 173, 33-43. doi:
Izadpanahi, P., & Tucker, R.. (2018). NEP (Children@School): An instrument for measuring environmental attitudes in middle childhood. Australian Journal of Environmental Education. doi:
Diaz, J. M., Warner, L. A., Webb, S., & Barry, D.. (2018). Obstacles for school garden program success: Expert consensus to inform policy and practice. Applied Environmental Education & Communication. doi:
Bento, G., & Costa, J. A.. (2018). Outdoor play as a mean to achieve educational goals - A case study in a Portuguese day-care group. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. doi:
Hand, K. L., Freeman, C., Seddon, P. J., Recio, M. R., Stein, A., & van Heezik, Y.. (2018). Restricted home ranges reduce children’s opportunities to connect to nature: Demographic, environmental and parental influences. Landscape and Urban Planning, 172, 69-77. doi:
Sivarajah, S., Smith, S. M., & Thomas, S. C.. (2018). Tree cover and species composition effects on academic performance of primary school students. PLOS ONE, 13(2). doi: