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1Exoticism as a Mediator of Everyday Experiences of Nature: an Anthropological Exploration of Soundscape in Zoos
Agathe Colléony,Léo Martin,Nicolas Misdariis,Susan Clayton,Michel Saint Jalme,Anne-Caroline Prévot
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9Subjectivity in a context of environmental change: opening new dialogues in mental health research
Sonia Regina da Cal Seixas,Richard Joseph Nunes
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15Differences of Restorative Effects While Viewing Urban Landscapes and Green Landscapes
María José Salgado Canseco
Sustainability.2019;11(7)1
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16Differences of Restorative Effects While Viewing Urban Landscapes and Green Landscapes
Vijaya Raghavan,Thara Rangaswamy
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Joanne Pattinson,Niall McCrae
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18The prevalence of mental disorders among upper primary school children in Kenya
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22The biophilia hypothesis explored: regenerative urban green spaces and well-being in a Portuguese sample
Karen Munro,David Grierson
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23Impact of Urbanization on Health and Well-Being in Ghana. Status of Research, Intervention Strategies and Future Directions: A Rapid Review
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Seyed Reza Azadeh,Jamal Mohammadi,Hamid Taher Neshat Dost
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26Narrative review of women’s health in Iran: challenges and successes
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39Determinants of Subjective Health, Happiness, and Life Satisfaction among Young Adults (18-24 Years) in Guyana
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41Depression among the urban poor in Peninsular Malaysia: A community based cross-sectional study
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42Time trend in the prevalence of oral lichen planus based on Taiwanese National Health Insurance Research Database 1996–2013
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43The Nairobi Urban Health and Demographic Surveillance of slum dwellers, 2002–2019: Value, processes, and challenges
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Global Epidemiology.2020;2(3)100024
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44Foliage colors improve relaxation and emotional status of university students from different countries
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45Foliage colors improve relaxation and emotional status of university students from different countries
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46Association of urbanisation with demographic dynamics in India
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47Prevalence and factor/s associated with smoking among adults in Malaysia - Findings from the National Health and Morbidity Survey (NHMS) 2015
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48Effects of a Medical Aid program on medical utilization patterns for low-income patients with affective disorder in Seoul
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49Risk factors for increased multiple sclerosis susceptibility in the Iranian population
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Prevalence and Associated Factors of Antenatal Depressive Symptoms in Pregnant Women Living in an Urban Area of Thailand

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