Hello RTWO Subscribers!

Check out the new literature that was added to RTWO today:

Afridi, A. & Rathore, F. (2022). Is environmental enrichment useful for stroke and other non-progressive brain injury? A cochrane review summary with commentary. NeuroRehabilitation, 51(1), 181-183.

Huvonen, K., Salonen, K., Paakkolanvaara, J., Vakevainen, P., & Korpela, K. (2023). Effects of nature-based intervention in the treatment of depression: A multi-center, randomized controlled trial. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 85, 101950.

Li, N., Ye, Q., Deng, Q., Wang, Y., Hu, J., Li, X., Liu, Q., Jiang, M. Zhao, X., & Zhou, J. (2023). Physical activity intervention for leisure-time activity levels among older adults: A cluster randomized trial. JAMA Network Open, 6(9), e2333195.

Jackman, M., Sakzewski, L., Morgan, C., Boyd, R., Brennan, S., Langdon, K., Toovey, R., Greaves, S., Thorley, M., & Novak, I. (2022). Interventions to improve physical function for children and young people with cerebral palsy: International clinical practice guideline. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 64(5), 536-549.

Styck, A. & George, D. (2022). Evaluating the impact of community gardening on sense of purpose for persons living with dementia: A cluster-randomized pilot study. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease Reports, 6(1), 359-367.

Tao, M., Lu, L., Gao, J., & He, X. (2022). Horticultural activities can achieve the same affect improvement effect of green exercise: A randomized field controlled trial. Frontiers in Psychology, 13.

Enjoy the day!

Heather R. Porter, PhD, CTRS, FDRT

Temple University, Recreational Therapy Program