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eeRESEARCH combines research for environmental education and the movement to connect children and nature. The database includes multiple ways to search for articles, syntheses, and research summaries. 

This project is a partnership with Children & Nature Network and NAAEE. Funded by the Pisces Foundation with support from ee360 and the U.S. Forest Service. Learn more.

Displaying 1951 - 1987 of 1987

Grow, H. M., Saelens, B. E., Kerr, J., Durant, N. H., Norman, G. J., & Sallis, J. F. (2008). Where are youth active? Roles of proximity, active transport, and built environment. Medicine And Science In Sports And Exercise, 40, 2071-2079.
Farmer, J., Knapp, D., & Benton, G. M. (2007). An elementary school environmental education field trip: Long-term effects on ecological and environmental knowledge and attitude development. Journal Of Environmental Education, 38, 33 - 42.
Chawla, L. (2007). Childhood experiences associated with care for the natural world: A theoretical framework for empirical results. Children, Youth And Environments, 17, 144-170.
de Vries, S. I., Bakker, I., van Mechelen, W., & Hopman-Rock, M. (2007). Determinants of activity-friendly neighborhoods for children: Results from the SPACE study. American Journal Of Health Promotion, 21, 312-316.
Vandewater, E. A., Rideout, V. J., Wartella, E. A., Huang, X., Lee, J., & Shim, M. S. (2007). Digital childhood: Electronic media and technology use among infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Pediatrics, 119, E1006-E1015.
Ginsburg, K. R. (2007). The importance of play in promoting healthy child development and maintaining strong parent-child bonds. Pediatrics, 119, 182-191.
Roemmich, J. N., Epstein, L. H., Raja, S., & Yin, L. (2007). The neighborhood and home environments: Disparate relationships with physical activity and sedentary behaviors in youth. Annals Of Behavioral Medicine, 33, 29-38.
Zaradic, P. A., & Pergams, O. R. W. (2007). Videophilia: Implications for childhood development and conservation. Journal Of Developmental Processes, 2, 130-147.
Pergams, O. R. W., & Zaradic, P. A. (2006). Is love of nature in the US becoming love of electronic media? 16-year downtrend in national park visits explained by watching movies, playing video games, internet use, and oil prices. Journal Of Environmental Management, 80, 387-393.
Wells, N. M., & Lekies, K. S. (2006). Nature and the life course: Pathways from childhood nature experiences to adult environmentalism. Children, Youth And Environments, 16, 41663.
Ogden, C. L., Carroll, M. D., Curtin, L. R., McDowell, M. A., Tabak, C. J., & Flegal, K. M. (2006). Prevalence of overweight and obesity in the United States, 1999-2004. Jama, 295, 1549-1555.
Veitch, J., Bagley, S., & Salmon, J. (2006). Where do children usually play? A qualitative study of parents' perceptions of influences on children's active free play. Health & Place, 12, 383-393.
Robinson, C. W., & Zajicek, J. M. (2005). Growing minds: The effects of a one-year school garden program on six constructs of life skills of elementary school children. Horttechnology, 15, 453-457.
Karsten, L. (2005). It all used to be better? Different generations on continuity and change in urban children's daily use of space. Children's Geographies, 3, 275-290.
Bebbington, A. (2005). The ability of A-level students to name plants. Journal Of Biological Education, 39, 62-67.
Kuo, F. E., & Taylor, F. (2004). A potential natural treatment for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Evidence from a national study. American Journal Of Public Health, 94, 1580-–1586.
Wridt, P. J. (2004). An historical analysis of young people's use of public space, parks and playgrounds in New York City. Children, Youth And Environments, 14, 86-106.
Clements, R. (2004). An investigation of the status of outdoor play. Contemporary Issues In Early Childhood, 5, 68-80.
Turner, W. R., Nakamura, T., & Dinetti, M. (2004). Global urbanization and the separation of humans from nature. Bioscience, 54, 585-590.
Timperio, A., Crawford, D., Telford, A., & Salmon, J. (2004). Perceptions about the local neighborhood and walking and cycling among children. Preventive Medicine, 39, 39-47.
Scholz, R. W., Steiner, R., & Hansmann, R. (2004). Role of internship in higher education in environmental sciences. Journal Of Research In Science Teaching, 41, 24-46.
Ernst, J., & Monroe, M. C. (2004). The effects of environment-based education on students' critical thinking skills and disposition toward critical thinking. Environmental Education Research, 10, 507 - 522.
Churchman, A. (2003). Is there a place for children in the city?. Journal Of Urban Design, 8, 99-111.
Wells, N. M., & Evans, G. W. (2003). Nearby nature: A buffer of life stress among rural children. Environment And Behavior, 35, 311-330.
Volk, T. L., & Cheak, M. J. (2003). The effects of an environmental education program on students, parents, and community. Journal Of Environmental Education, 34, 12 - 25.
Stanley, S. (2002). California Conservation Corps offers youth career development opportunities. California Agriculture, 56, 61-64.
Taylor, F., Kuo, F. E., & Sullivan, W. C. (2002). Views of nature and self-discipline: Evidence from inner city children. Journal Of Environmental Psychology, 22, 49-–63.
Balmford, A., Clegg, L., Coulson, T., & Taylor, J. (2002). Why conservationists should heed Pokémon. Science, 295, 2367.
Taylor, F., Kuo, F. E., & Sullivan, W. C. (2001). Coping with ADD: The surprising connection to green play settings. Environment And Behavior, 33, 54-77.
Farnsworth, E. J., Holsinger, K. E., Mehrhoff, L. J., Murray, N., Preston, J., & Silander, J. A. (2001). The REAL team: A cooperative student training program in rapid ecological assessment. Bioscience, 51, 874-879.
Sallis, J. F., Prochaska, J. J., & Taylor, W. C. (2000). A review of correlates of physical activity of children and adolescents. Medicine And Science In Sports And Exercise, 32, 963-975.
Schultz, W. (2000). New environmental theories: Empathizing with nature: The effects ofPerspective taking on concern for environmental issues. Journal Of Social Issues, 56, 391 - 406.
Tandy, C. (1999). Children's diminishing play space: A study of intergenerational change in children's use of their neighborhoods. Australian Geographical Studies, 37, 154-164.
Kals, E., Schumacher, D., & Montada, L. (1999). Emotional affinity toward nature as a motivational basis to protect nature. Environment And Behavior, 31, 178 - 202.
Valentine, G., & McKendrick, J. (1997). Children's outdoor play: Exploring parental concerns about children's safety and the changing nature of childhood. Geoforum, 28, 205-220.
Rivkin, M. (1997). The schoolyard habitat movement: What it is and why children need it. Early Childhood Education Journal, 25, 61-66.
Gaster, S. (1991). Urban children's access to their neighborhood: Changes over three generations. Environment And Behavior, 23, 70-85.