23.1.2020 02:30 pm
Study finds children who have a connection with nature are less emotional, more social and better behaved
Take your kids and explore the great outdoors!
Carried out by researchers at the University of Hong Kong and the University of Auckland, New Zealand, the study used a new 16-item parent questionnaire (CNI-PPC) developed by the study authors Dr. Tanja Sobko and Professor Gavin Brown to measure young children's "connectedness to nature."
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