The Journal cites several other recent studies which found that spending time in nature provides cognitive benefits. Among them: a group of teens who spent time walking in an arboretum were in much better moods and did better in short-term memory tests than another group of students who had just walked down a set of busy streets.
Atchley's research was also discussed last month in Backpacker magazine. The article is not available online.
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