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Ingman, B. C. (2018). Adventure education as aesthetic experience. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. doi:
Sharma-Brymer, V., Brymer, E., Gray, T., & Davids, K.. (2018). Affordances guiding Forest School practice: The application of the ecological dynamics approach. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education, 21, 103-115. doi:
Kleppe, R. (2018). Affordances of 1- to 3-year-olds' risky play in Early Childhood Education and Care. Journal of Early Childhood Research. doi:
Murakami, C. D., Su-Russell, C., & Manfra, L.. (2018). Analyzing teacher narratives in early childhood garden-based education. Journal of Environmental Education, 49(1), 18-29. 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:
MacDonald, K., & Breunig, M.. (2018). Back to the Garten: Ontario kindergarteners learn and grow through schoolyard pedagogy. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education. 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:
White, R. L., Eberstein, K., & Scott, D. M.. (2018). Birds in the playground: Evaluating the effectiveness of an urban environmental education project in enhancing school children's awareness, knowledge and attitudes towards local wildlife. PLoS ONE, 13(3). 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:
Cousineau, L. S., Mock, S. E., & Glover, T. D.. (2018). Camper self-concept promotes environmental awareness: A relationship mediated by social inclusion. Journal of Youth Development, 12(1-2). doi:
Wells, N. M., Meyers, B. M., Todd, L. E., Henderson, C. R., Barale, K., Gaolach, B., et al.. (2018). The carry-over effects of school gardens on fruit and vegetable availability at home: A randomized controlled trial with low-income elementary schools. Preventive Medicine. doi:
Evans, G. W., Otto, S., & Kaiser, F. G.. (2018). Childhood origins of young adult environmental behavior. Psychological Science. doi:
Tillmann, S., Clark, A. F., & Gilliland, J. A.. (2018). Children and nature: Linking accessibility of natural environments and children's health-related quality of life. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(6). 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:
Ahmad, J. F. (2018). Children's drawings in different cultures: An analysis of five-year-old Jordanian children's drawings. International Journal of Early Years Education, 26(3), 249-258. doi:
Christodoulou, A., & Korfiatis, K.. (2018). Children's interest in school garden projects, environmental motivation and intention to act: A case study from a primary school of Cyprus. Applied Environmental Education & Communication. doi:
Li, C., & Seymour, M.. (2018). Children's perceptions of neighbourhood environments for walking and outdoor play. Landscape Research. 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:
Sullivan, T. K., & Syvertsen, A. K.. (2018). Conservation leadership: A developmental model. Journal of Adolescent Research. 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:
Sampaio, M. B., La Fuentea, D., Albuquerque, U. P., A. Souto, daSilva, & Schiela, N.. (2018). Contact with urban forests greatly enhances children's knowledge of faunal diversity. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 30, 56-61. 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:
Leather, M. (2018). A critique of "Forest School" or something lost in translation. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education, 21(5), 5-18. 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:
von Benzon, N. (2018). Discussing Nature, 'Doing' Nature: For an emancipatory approach to conceptualizing young people's access to outdoor green space. Geoforum, 93, 79-86. doi: