Mathew White
Mathew White
Senior Scientist, University of Vienna
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Do we really know what makes us happy? A review of the economic literature on the factors associated with subjective well-being
P Dolan, T Peasgood, M White
Journal of economic psychology 29 (1), 94-122, 2008
Nature and mental health: An ecosystem service perspective
GN Bratman, CB Anderson, MG Berman, B Cochran, S De Vries, ...
Science advances 5 (7), eaax0903, 2019
Would you be happier living in a greener urban area? A fixed-effects analysis of panel data
MP White, I Alcock, BW Wheeler, MH Depledge
Psychological science 24 (6), 920-928, 2013
Spending at least 120 minutes a week in nature is associated with good health and wellbeing
MP White, I Alcock, J Grellier, BW Wheeler, T Hartig, SL Warber, A Bone, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
Blue space: The importance of water for preference, affect, and restorativeness ratings of natural and built scenes
M White, A Smith, K Humphryes, S Pahl, D Snelling, M Depledge
Journal of environmental psychology 30 (4), 482-493, 2010
Longitudinal effects on mental health of moving to greener and less green urban areas
I Alcock, MP White, BW Wheeler, LE Fleming, MH Depledge
Environmental science & technology 48 (2), 1247-1255, 2014
Attention Restoration Theory: A systematic review of the attention restoration potential of exposure to natural environments
H Ohly, MP White, BW Wheeler, A Bethel, OC Ukoumunne, V Nikolaou, ...
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B 19 (7), 305-343, 2016
Risk interpretation and action: A conceptual framework for responses to natural hazards
JR Eiser, A Bostrom, I Burton, DM Johnston, J McClure, D Paton, ...
International journal of disaster risk reduction 1, 5-16, 2012
Outdoor blue spaces, human health and well-being: A systematic review of quantitative studies
M Gascon, W Zijlema, C Vert, MP White, MJ Nieuwenhuijsen
International journal of hygiene and environmental health 220 (8), 1207-1221, 2017
Nature contact, nature connectedness and associations with health, wellbeing and pro-environmental behaviours
L Martin, MP White, A Hunt, M Richardson, S Pahl, J Burt
Journal of environmental psychology 68, 101389, 2020
How can measures of subjective well-being be used to inform public policy?
P Dolan, MP White
Perspectives on psychological science 2 (1), 71-85, 2007
Feelings of restoration from recent nature visits
MP White, S Pahl, K Ashbullby, S Herbert, MH Depledge
Journal of environmental psychology 35, 40-51, 2013
Contact with blue-green spaces during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown beneficial for mental health
S Pouso, Á Borja, LE Fleming, E Gómez-Baggethun, MP White, ...
Science of The Total Environment 756, 143984, 2021
Does living by the coast improve health and wellbeing?
BW Wheeler, M White, W Stahl-Timmins, MH Depledge
Health & place 18 (5), 1198-1201, 2012
Accounting for the richness of daily activities
MP White, P Dolan
Psychological science 20 (8), 1000-1008, 2009
Beyond greenspace: an ecological study of population general health and indicators of natural environment type and quality
BW Wheeler, R Lovell, SL Higgins, MP White, I Alcock, NJ Osborne, ...
International journal of health geographics 14, 1-17, 2015
Coastal proximity, health and well-being: Results from a longitudinal panel survey
MP White, I Alcock, BW Wheeler, MH Depledge
Health & place 23, 97-103, 2013
Blue space, health and well-being: A narrative overview and synthesis of potential benefits
MP White, LR Elliott, M Gascon, B Roberts, LE Fleming
Environmental research 191, 110169, 2020
Natural environments and subjective wellbeing: Different types of exposure are associated with different aspects of wellbeing
MP White, S Pahl, BW Wheeler, MH Depledge, LE Fleming
Health & place 45, 77-84, 2017
Research note: Urban street tree density and antidepressant prescription rates—A cross-sectional study in London, UK
MS Taylor, BW Wheeler, MP White, T Economou, NJ Osborne
Landscape and urban planning 136, 174-179, 2015
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