9780813803234

Interaction by Design : Bringing People and Plants Together for Health and Well-Being - An International Symposium

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    9780813803234

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    0813803233

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2002-10-07
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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Summary

These proceedings contain the presentations from a landmark joint conference between AHTA and PPC, the two leading organizations promoting research, teaching, and practice in horticultural therapy. In this contributed volume, the top names in horticultural therapy address universal design of outdoor spaces and their therapeutic applications, the theme of the conference. The most outstanding feature of this volume is the combination of information from designers of therapeutic and healing gardens and the practitioners that use the gardens.

Author Biography

Candice Shoemaker is currently associate professor in the Department of Horticulture, Forestry and Recreation Resources at Kansas State University—Manhattan. She was formerly the director of the Chicago Botanical Center and from 1991-1996, she served as assistant professor, faculty coordinator and program director; horticulture; Berry College, Mount Berry, Georgia.

Table of Contents

Contributors xi
Foreword xix
Paula Diane Relf
Preface xxiii
Candice A. Shoemaker
Section I. Communications with the Horticulture, Healthcare, and Design Communities
Communicating with the Horticulture Community about Human Issues in Horticulture
3(16)
Paula Diane Relf
Communicating with the Healthcare Community
19(14)
Roger S. Ulrich
Greenlining: An Invitation to Cross the Bridges to Urban Green Space and Understanding
33(8)
Margaret Ross Bjornson
Computer Use among Registered Members of the American Horticultural Therapy Association
41(12)
Lea Minton Westervelt
Richard H. Mattson
Section II. Design for Human Health and Well-Being
Linking People with Nature by Universal Design
53(10)
Fusayo Asano Miyake
From Vision to Reality: The Chicago Botanic Garden's Buehler Enabling Garden
63(12)
Gene Rothert
A Holistic Approach to Creating a Therapeutic Garden
75(8)
Virginia Burt
The Medical Center Gardens Project
83(8)
Royce K. Ragland
Participatory Design of a Terrace Garden in an Acute In-Patient Unit
91(8)
Shelagh Rae Smith
Building an Alzheimer's Garden in a Public Park
99(12)
Mark Epstein
Alzheimer's Garden Project of the American Society of Landscape Architects and the National Alzheimer's Association
111(4)
Jack Carman
Healing Landscapes: Design Guidelines for Mental Health Facilities
115(8)
Myra Kovary
A Children's PlayGarden at a Rehabilitation Hospital---A Successful Collaboration Produces a Successful Outcome
123(12)
Sonja Johansson
Nancy Chambers
The Role of Perception in the Designing of Outdoor Environments
135(6)
Marni Barnes
Design Strategies for Integrating Natural Elements with Building Design
141(8)
Phillip G. Mead
Designing Natural Therapeutic Environments
149(8)
Katie Johnson
Section III. Therapeutic Design Applications
Implementation of Therapeutic Design Applications
157(8)
Jane Stoneham
Long-Term Memory Response of Severely Cognitive-Impaired Elderly to Horticultural and Reminiscence Therapies
165(10)
Emi Kiyota
Using Bonsai as a Component of Life Enhancement for Older Adults
175(4)
Brian H. Santos
John Tristan
Leda McKenry
Horticultural Intervention as a Stress Management Technique among University of Massachusetts/Amherst Students
179(8)
John Tristan
Mary Anne Bright
Michael Sutherland
Chantal Duguay
Fertile Ground in Long-Term Care Medical Facilities
187(8)
Carole Staley Collins
Sensory Garden Tours at Denver Botanic Gardens
195(8)
Janet Laminack
The Role of Botanical Gardens in Research, Design, and Program Development: A Case Study of Botanica, the Wichita Gardens
203(8)
Patricia J. Owen
Welfare and Medical Institutions in Kyushu, Japan, Engaged in Horticulture: A Survey
211(8)
E. Matsuo
Y. Fujiki
H. Takafuji
H. Kweon
F. A. Miyake
K. Masuda
K. Mekaru
Section IV. Research
Postoccupancy Evaluation and the Design of Hospital Gardens
219(8)
Clare Cooper Marcus
Research Methodologies for Studying Human Responses to Horticulture
227(10)
Candice A. Shoemaker
The Effect of Cut Flowers in the Japanese Tea Ceremony
237(8)
Kenji Yamane
Miwa Umezawa
Seiya Uchida
Nobuaki Fujishige
Masao Yoshida
Masayoshi Katagiri
Impact of Cut Roses at Different Flower-Opening Stages on Customers' Perceptions of a Restaurant Environment
245(8)
Megumi Adachi
Yasushi Takano
Anthony D. Kendle
The Effect of Flower Color on Respondents' Physical and Psychological Responses
253(8)
Chun-Yen Chang
Plant Decoration in Front of the House Entrance or Gate
261(6)
H. Kewon
E. Matsuo
H. Takafuji
F. A. Miyake
K. Masuda
K. Mekaru
Childhood Contact with Nature Influences Adult Attitudes and Actions toward Trees and Gardening
267(12)
Virginia I. Lohr
Caroline H. Pearson-Mims
Exhilarating Fragrances in the Indo-Islamic Garden
279(12)
S. Ali Akbar Husain
Where the Lawn Mower Stops: The Social Construction of Alternative Front Yard Ideologies
291(12)
Andrew J. Kaufman
Virginia I. Lohr
Section V. Abstracts
Abstracts: Communications
303(4)
Restorative Gardens: Nature's Therapeutic Complement to Healthcare Environments
303(1)
David Kamp
The Banning of Flower Cultivation in Japan Near the End of World War II
303(1)
Haruo Konoshima
Assessing the Impact of Urban Forests on Elderly People in Long-Term Care Settings: Toward a Multicultural Framework
304(1)
Gowri Betrabet
Susana Alves
Japanese and European Names of Colors Originating from Plant Names in Japan
304(1)
Eisuke Matsuo
Kinuko Masuda
H. Kweon
K. Mekaru
F. A. Miyake
Present Status of Horticultural Therapy and Human Issues in Horticulture in Korea
305(1)
Hye Ran Kwack
Paula Diane Relf
Infection Control and Therapeutic Gardens: A Survey of Policies and Practice
305(2)
Nancy J. Gerlach-Spriggs
Abstracts: Design
307(2)
A Universal Design Approach to Recreation and Learning in the Landscape
307(1)
Susan Goltsman
Restorative Gardens---Metaphorically Transcending the Human Experience of Life
307(1)
Scott C. Scarfone
Therapeutic Garden Design in a Pediatric Healthcare Setting: A Developmental Approach
308(1)
Roberta Hursthouse
Abstracts: Therapeutic Application
309(6)
Horticultural Therapy in Rehabilitation
309(1)
Katherine A. Feuillan
Alicia Gaca
Horticultural Therapy at the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital NHS Trust
309(1)
Linda Exley
Seed Balls
310(1)
Keiko Murayama
Ritsko Yasue
Interactions between Elderly Adults and Preschool Children in a Horticultural Therapy Research Program
310(1)
Mary L. Predny
Paula Diane Relf
The Therapeutic Role of Horticulture in Educational, Recreational, Therapeutic, and Vocational Programs
311(1)
Lori Keltner
Engaging Disabled Students in Developing a Flower Garden as a Recreational Therapy
312(1)
Karen Midden
Michelle McLernon
Every Community Needs a Providence Farm
312(1)
Christine Pollard
Incorporating Horticulture Therapy with Psychosocial and Pharmacological Interventions of Mental Illness in Children and Adolescents
313(2)
Catherine Trapani
Abstracts: Research
315(8)
Effects of Horticultural Activity on the Level of a Stress Hormone and Susceptibility to Upper Respiratory Infection
315(1)
Hyejin Cho
Richard H. Mattson
Personal, Social, and Cultural Meanings of a Community Garden for Students: An In-Depth Case Study and Evaluation
315(1)
Catherine A. Bylinowski
Richard H. Mattson
Physical and Psychological Responses of Patients to the Hospital Landscape
316(1)
Chun-Yen Chang
Tzu-Hui Tseng
Plant Successions and Urban Successions: How Human Beings Have Affected Them
316(1)
Hideki Hirano
Air Conditioning and Noise Control Using Vegetation
317(1)
Peter Costa
Psychophysiological and Emotional Influences of Floral Aroma on Human Stress
317(4)
Mingwang Liu
Richard H. Mattson
Section VI. Appendix
Appendix. Symposium Overview
321(2)
Index 323

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