Research Articles

Find here articles related to PHENOTYPE, published in scientific journals

2017

Int J Public Health, July 2017. Neighbourhood green space, social environment and mental health: an examination in four European cities.

Int J Environ Res Public Health, June 2017. Does the Health Impact of Exposure to Neighbourhood Green Space Differ between Population Groups? An Explorative Study in Four European Cities.

Environ Res, May 2017. The relationship between natural outdoor environments and cognitive functioning and its mediators.

Int J Health Geographics, April 2017. Characterisation of the natural environment: quantitative indicators across Europe.

PLOS, March 2017. The effect of randomised exposure to different types of natural outdoor environments compared to exposure to an urban environment on people with indications of psychological distress in Catalonia

 

 

2016

Environment International, May 2016. Green spaces and General Health: Roles of mental health status, social support, and physical activity.

Landscape and Urban Planning, March 2016. Research note: Natural environments and prescribing in England.

Journal of Environmental Psychology, March 2016. Where to put your best foot forward: Psycho-physiological responses to walking in natural and urban environments.

Health Place, March 2016. Visiting green space is associated with mental health and vitality: A cross-sectional study in four european cities.

Environ Int, Feb 2016. The association of air pollution and greenness with mortality and life expectancy in Spain: A small-area study.

Environment International, January 2016. Residential green spaces and mortality: A systematic review.

 

2015

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, Review. Health benefits of green spaces in the living environment: A systematic review of epidemiological studies.

Natures Sciences Sociétés. Relations entre santé et espaces verts et bleus : une synthèse de la recherche empirique, 2003-2014 / Relationships between health and Green an d Blue spaces: a synthesis of empirical research, 2003-2014.

Environment International, April 2015, Natural outdoor environments and mental and physical health: Relationships and mechanisms.

 

2014

BioMed Research International. The Effect of Park and Urban Environments on Coronary Artery Disease Patients: A Randomized Trial.

Environ Health Perspect. Dec 2014, 122 (12); Risks and Benefits of Green Spaces for Children: A Cross-Sectional Study of Associations with Sedentary Behavior, Obesity, Asthma, and Allergy.

Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2014, 11(7), 6757-6770; Impact of Residential Greenness on Preschool Children’s Emotional and Behavioral Problems.

Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2014 Mar 11;11(3):2958-72. The influence of proximity to city parks on blood pressure in early pregnancy.

BMJ Open 2014;4: Positive health effects of the natural outdoor environment in typical populations in different regions in Europe (PHENOTYPE): a study programme protocol.

Environmental Health 2014, 13:20: Abdonas Tamosiunas et al. Accessibility and use of urban green spaces, and cardiovascular health: findings from a Kaunas cohort study.

Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2014 Mar 11;11(3):2958-72: Grazuleviciene R. et all. The influence of proximity to city parks on blood pressure in early pregnancy.

 

2012

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2012: Dadvand et al. Surrounding Greenness and Pregnancy Outcomes in Four Spanish Birth Cohorts.

Environmental Health Perspectives, 2012: Dadvand et al. Surrounding Greenness and Exposure to Air Pollution During Pregnancy: An Analysis of Personal Monitoring Data.

Environment International, 2012: Dadvand et al. Green space, health inequality and pregnancy.