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Perceived species-richness in urban greenspaces: Cues, accuracy and well-being impacts

People with higher eco-centricity perceive plant species richness more accurately. High perceived plant, bird and butterfly species richness increases psychological well-being.

Southon, et al

Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 172, April 2018, pp. 1-10

Positive association between nature dose and self-estimated mental health.