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Evi Petersen

Evi Petersen


Vitenskapelige publikasjoner

Nigg, Carina; Petersen, Evi; Mac Intyre, Tadhg (2023). Natural environments, psychosocial health, and health behaviors in a crisis – A scoping review of the literature in the COVID-19 context. Journal of Environmental Psychology. Vol. 88.

Calogiuri, Giovanna; Petersen, Evi; Rossi, Alessio; Terragni, Laura (2023). The significance of green exercise for the health and wellbeing of Italian immigrants in Norway: a mixed-methods study. BMC Public Health. Vol. 23.

Calogiuri, Giovanna; Petersen, Evi; Haile, Amelia; Flaten, Ole E.; Fröhlich, Fred; Litleskare, Sigbjørn (2023). The impact of visualization techniques of immersive virtual scenarios in promoting nature connectedness: A blind randomized controlled trial with mixed-methods approach. Journal of Environmental Psychology. Vol. 90.

Brambilla, Elena; Petersen, Evi; Stendal, Karen; Sundling, Vibeke; Mac Intyre, Tadhg; Calogiuri, Giovanna (2022). Effects of immersive virtual nature on nature connectedness: A systematic review protocol. 7 s. Digital Health. Vol. 8.

Murphy, Cassandra; MacCarthy, Danielle; Petersen, Evi (2022). Emerging Concepts Exploring the Role of Nature for Health and Well-Being. Brears, Robert (Red.). The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Futures. Palgrave Macmillan.

Hollander, Karsten; Petersen, Evi; Zech, Astrid; Hamacher, Daniel (2021). Effects of barefoot vs. shod walking during indoor and outdoor conditions in younger and older adults. 8 s. Gait & Posture.

Petersen, Evi; Bischoff, Annette; Liedtke, Gunnar; Martin, Andrew J (2021). How Does Being Solo in Nature Affect Well-Being? Evidence from Norway, Germany and New Zealand. 21 s. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH). Vol. 18.

Petersen, Evi; Martin, Andrew J (2021). Kama Muta (≈ Being Moved) Helps Connect People in and to Nature: A Photo Elicitation Approach. Ecopsychology. Vol. 13.

Petersen, Evi; Hamacher, Daniel; Zech, Astrid (2020). Walking barefoot vs. with minimalist footwear–influence on gait in younger and older adults. 6 s. BMC Geriatrics.

Rahlf, Anna Lina; Petersen, Evi; Rehwinkel, Dominique; Zech, Astrid; Hamacher, Daniel (2019). Validity and Reliability of an Inertial Sensor-Based Knee Proprioception Test in Younger vs. Older Adults. 6 s. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living.

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