The Benefits of Nature and Mystery

On the KUER radio program Radio West, host Doug Fabrizio interviewed University of Utah researcher David Strayer about the positive effects of nature on the brain.

The following video includes excerpts from the interview. Visit The Rx for Technology to listen to the full interview with Dr. Strayer and the late Clifford Nass.

Related links

Read more about how the brain can benefit from nature in This Is Your Brain on Nature, an article from National Geographic.

Nature Rx takes a playful approach to a serious topic. Follow the link to see their spoof commercials and learn about the research that inspired them.


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Genetic Science Learning Center. (2016, January 4) The Benefits of Nature and Mystery. Retrieved September 22, 2017, from http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/memory/nature

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Genetic Science Learning Center. "The Benefits of Nature and Mystery." Learn.Genetics. January 4, 2016. Accessed September 22, 2017. http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/memory/nature.