Stigsdotter Dissertation Landscape Health

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Unformatted text preview: transform my research results into reality on the drawing table. Assistant Professor Jan Erik Englund – for generously giving his time and sharing his great knowledge of statistics. Professor Thomas B Randrup – for insightful comments at my final seminar. Professor Kine Halvorsen Thorén – for kindly agreeing to examine the quality of my dissertation. Professor Erik Skärbäck – for showing great interest and involvement in my questions and for making sure they can be developed in new projects. Tiina Sarap – for encouraging me to start my training as a landscape architect on purely romantic grounds and for being my boss today. Anna Bengtsson – for being a good colleague, one filled with white magic. Karen Williams – for her fine translations and good comments on both language and content. Leif Andersson – my friend at the department who puts the magic into everyday life. I also wish to express my warm thanks to the people who make life Fun and Absolutely Fabulous when I’m not working: Dad, Pernilla Vesterlund, Joakim Axelsson, Peter Gustavsson, Ph. D. Christian Pålsson, and Johan Forsberg. With loving thanks, I dedicate this dissertation to Kristin Karlsson. This thesis was made possible by the financial support of FORMAS, the Swedish Research Council for Environment, Agricultural Sciences and Spatial Planning, grant no 2001-0252, and by a decision of the board of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences entitled “Nya planeringsförutsättningar i Öresundsregionen”. Limhamn, February 2005 Ulrika A. Stigsdotter 30 References Printed sources Antonovsky, A. 1996. The salutogenic model as a theory to guide health promotion. Health Promotion International 11 (1), pp. 11-18. Appleton, J. 1996. The experience of landscape. Wiley, Chichester. Asp, M. 2002. Vila och lärande om vila. En studie på livsvärldsfenomenologisk grund. (Diss.) Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis, Göteborg. Berggren-Bärring, A-M. & Grahn, P. 1995. Grönstrukturens betydelse för användningen, En jämförande studie av hur människor i barnstugor, skolor, föreningar, vårdinstitutioner mfl. organisationer utnyttjar tre städers parkutbud. (Lic.) Landskapsplanering Rapport, 95:3. Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet, Alnarp. Cooper Marcus, C. & Barnes, M. (eds.). 1999. Healing gardens. Therapeutic benefits and design recommendations. John Wiley & Sons, New York. Coss, R.G. 1991. Evolutionary persistence of memory-like processes. Concepts in Neuroscience 2, pp. 129-168. Coss, R.G., Ruff, S. & Simms, T. 2003. All that Glistens: II. The Effects of Reflective Surface Finishes and the Mouthing Activity of Infants and Toddlers. Ecological Psychology, 15 (3), pp. 197-213. Dilani, A. 1999. Design and care in hospital planning. Karolinska Institutet, Institute for Psychosocial Factors and Health, Public Health and Treatment Research, Design & Health, Stockholm. Friberg, P. 1983. Rum för Park. Arkitektur: The Swedish review of architecture, pp 23-...
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