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Effects of a Forest Therapy Program on Reducing PTSD and Depression and Improving Mood States in Fire Officers
Choong-hee Park, Juhyeon Chun, Yumi Hahm, Deok Ho Kang, Bum-Jin Park
J. People Plants Environ. 2021;24(6):693-705.   Published online December 31, 2021
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Forest therapy program reduces academic and job-seeking stress among college students
Byung-Hoon Kang, Won-Sop Shin
J. People Plants Environ. 2020;23(3):363-375.   Published online June 30, 2020
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The Importance of Indoor Foliage Plants and Human Emotions to Indoor Foliage Plants
Hye Sook Jang, Gyung Mee Gim, Sun-Jin Jeong, Jae Soon Kim
J. People Plants Environ. 2018;21(2):155-166.   Published online April 1, 2018
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The Impact of Modularized Interior Landscape on Office Workers’ Psychological Wellbeing
Mi Yoo, Eun-Heui Lee
J. Korean Soc. People Plants Environ. 2015;18(2):79-87.   Published online April 1, 2015
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Effect of Green Interior Office on Emotional Psychology of Human
Hye Sook Jang, Kwang Jin Kim, Hyun Hwan Jung, Mohammad Khalekuzzaman, Eunha Yoo
J. Korean Soc. People Plants Environ. 2014;17(6):555-560.   Published online December 1, 2014
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Effects of Visual Stimulus with Forest Scenery Types on Psychological and Physiological Status of Human
Yeon Hee Lee, Chan Woo Park, Jae Jun Kim
J. Korean Soc. People Plants Environ. 2014;17(1):65-71.   Published online February 1, 2014
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