Forskningen bag


Nedenstående artikler udgør en del af den forskning, som Smut Ud er baseret på:

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  • Bälter, O., Hedin, B., Tobiasson, H., and Toivanen, S. (2018). Walking outdoor during seminars improved perceived seminar quality and sense of well-being among participants. Int. J. Work Environ. Res. Public Health 15:303. doi: 10. 3390/ijerph15020303
  • Becker, Franklin. (2004) Offices at Work: Uncommon Workspace Strategies that Add Value and Improve Performance. Jossey Bass Business and Management Series. San Francisco. John Wiley & Sons.
  • Berman MG, Jonides J, Kaplan S (2008). The cognitive benefits of interacting with nature. Psychological Science 19(12): 1207.
  • Berto R (2005). Exposure to restorative environments helps restore attentional capacity. Journal of Environmental Psychology 25(3): 249–259.
  • Duffy, F. (1997). The New Office. Conran Octopus. London.
  • Frumkin, H., Bratman, G. N., Breslow, S. J., Cochran, B., Kahn, P. H. Jr., Lawler, J. J., et al. (2017). Nature contact and human health: a research agenda. Environ. Health Perspect. 125:075001. doi: 10.1289/EHP1663.
  • Gilchrist, K., Brown, C., & Montarzino, A. (2015). Workplace settings and wellbeing: Greenspace use and views contribute to employee wellbeing at peri-urban business sites. Landscape and Urban Planning, 138, 32–40. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2015.02.004
  • Gjersvik, Reidar. (2005) Et kontor for kunnskapsdeling. Rapport STF 50 A05058. Oslo: Sintef Teknologi og Samfunn, Avd. Kunnskap og strategi.
  • Grahn, P., & Stigsdotter, U. K. (2010). The relation between perceived sensory dimensions of urban green space and stress restoration. Landscape and Urban Planning, 94, 264 – 275.
  • Grangaard, S. (2008). Med mennesker i rammen: dialogorienteret registrering af rum og aktivitet i kontomiljøer. Ph.d.-afhandling, København. Kunstakademiets Arkitektskole.
  • Hammersley, Martyn & Atkinson, Paul. (2019) Ethnography: Principles in Practice. New York: Routledge.
  • Hartig T, Mang M, Evans GW (1991). Restorative effects of natural environment experiences. Environment and Behavior 23(1): 3–26.
  • Kaplan, R. (1993). The Role of Nature in the Context of the Workplace. Landscape and Urban Planning, 26, (1-4) 193-201.
  • Kaplan, R., Bardwell, L.V., Ford, H.A., & Kaplan, S. (1996). The corporate back-40: Employee benefits of wildlife enhancement efforts on corporate land. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 1, (2) 1-13.
  • Kuo, M., Barnes, M., and Jordan, C. (2019). Do experiences with nature promote learning? converging evidence of a cause-and-effect relationship. Front. Psychol. 10:305. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00305
  • Ladekjær, E., Jacobsen, R. H., Jensen, S. V., Jensen, J. M. & Faurschou, E. (2019) Ekstern evaluering af Projekt Udvikling af Udeskole. København: VIVE, Det nationale forsknings- og analysecenter for velfærd.
  • Largo-Wight, E., Chen, W. W., Dodd, V., & Weiler, R. (2011). Healthy workplaces: The role of nature contact office exposures on employee stress and health. Public Health Reports, 126, 124–130. doi:10.1177/00333549111260s116
  • Largo-Wight, E.; Wlyudka, P.S.; Merten, J.W.; Cuvelier, E.A. (2017). Effectiveness and feasibility of a 10 min employee stress intervention: Outdoor Booster Break. J. Work. Behav. Health 2017, 32, 159–171.
  • Leather, P., Pyrgas, M., Beale, D., & Lawrence, C. (1998). Windows in the workplace – Sunlight, view, and occupational stress. Environment and Behavior, 30, (6) 739-762.
  • Lottrup, L., Grahn, P., & Stigsdotter, U. K. (2013). Workplace greenery and perceived level of stress: Benefits of access to a green outdoor environment at the workplace. Landscape and Urban Planning, 110, 5–11. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2012.09.002
  • Lottrup, L. B. P. (2012). Workplace greenery: Use, preferences, and health benefits of green outdoor environments at workplaces (p. 183) (Forest & Landscape Research No. 50-2012). Frederiksberg: Forest & Landscape Denmark.
  • Lindahl, Göran. (2001) Rummet som resurs för förandringsarbete. Ph.d.-afhandling. Göteborg. Chalmers Tekniske Högskola.
  • Markus, T.A. (1967). The function of windows: A reappraisal. Building, 2, 97-121.
  • Moher D, Shamseer L, Clarke M, Ghersi D, Liberati A, Petticrew M, Shekelle P, Steward LA, and PRISMA-P Group. Preferred Reporting. Items for Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Protocols (PRISMA-P) 2015 Statement. Syst Rev. 2015 Jan 1; 4:1.
  • Myerson, Jeremy & Ross, Philip. (2006). Space to work: new office design. Laurence King, London.
  • Ozdemir, A. (2010). The effect of window views’ openness and naturalness on the perception of rooms’ spaciousness and brightness: A visual preference study. Scientific Research and Essays, 5, (16) 2275-2287.
  • Pati, D., Harvey, T.E., & Barach, P. (2008). Relationships Between Exterior Views and Nurse Stress: An Exploratory Examination. Herd-Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 1, (2) 27-38.
  • Petersson Troije, Charlotte, Jensen, Ebba Lisberg, Stenfors, Cecilia, Bodin Danielsson, Christina, Hoff, Eva, Mårtensson, Fredrika & Toivanen, Susanna (2021) Outdoor Office Work – An Interactive Research Project Showing the Way Out. Front. Psychol. 12:636091. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.636091
  • Shin, W.S. (2007). The influence of forest view through a window on job satisfaction and job stress. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 22, (3) 248-253.
  • Svensson, L., Brulin, G., and Ellström, P.-E. (2015). “Interactive research and ongoing evaluation as joint learning processes,” in Sustainable Development in Organizations – Studies on Innovative Practices, eds. M. Elg, P.-E. Ellström, M. Klofsten, and M. Tillman (Sheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing).
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  • Verderber, S. (1986). Dimensions of Person-Window Transactions in the Hospital Environment. Environment and Behavior, 18, (4) 450-466.
  • Boland et al. (2020). Changing attitudes on the role of the office. McKinsey and Company, June 8th, 2020. Downloaded online d. 20. April 2021. (