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1205, 2011

Health Benefits of Gardens in Hospitals

Paper for conference, Plants for People International Exhibition Floriade 2002 Health Benefits of Gardens in Hospitals Roger S. Ulrich, Ph.D. Center for Health Systems and Design Colleges of Architecture and Medicine Texas A & M University College State, TX 77843 INTRODUCTION This paper selectively reviews

1205, 2011

Flowers and Plants in the Workspace Promote Innovation and Ideas

Key Findings Shed Light on Environmental Psychology of the Workplace   In today’s economy, it is more important than ever for businesses to gain the competitive edge. Constant fluctuations in unemployment, productivity, consumer confidence and other major economic factors make it imperative for businesses to

403, 2011

Impact of Flowers & Plants on Workplace Productivity

Researchers at Texas A & M University recruited 101 participants to take part in The Impact of Flowers and Plants on Workplace Productivity study. During the eight-month scientific study, participants took part in emotional, creativity and attentional demand protocols, in conditions that were carefully controlled,

2001, 2011

Plants, For Your Health

Throughout history, people have benefited from interactions with plants. They customarily give flowers to the ill, who report feeling happier in the presence of plants. Many hospitals include gardens and therapeutic programs using plants. Also, people benefit when exposed to plants in passive situations, such

2001, 2011

Do Plants Reduce People’s Perceptions Of Physical Discomfort?

Throughout history, people have benefited from interactions with plants. They customarily give flowers to the ill, who report feeling happier in the presence of plants. Many hospitals include gardens and therapeutic programs using plants. Also, people benefit when exposed to plants in passive situations, such

2001, 2011

Gardening With a Purpose

Researchers at Texas A&M University recruited 101 participants to take part in The Impact of Flowers and Plants on Workplace Productivity study. During the eight-month scientific study, participants took part in emotional, creativity and attentional demand protocols, in conditions that were carefully controlled, yet were

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