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Berman MG, Jonides J, Kaplan S.  2008.  The Cognitive Benefits of Interacting With Nature. Psychological Science. 19(12):1207.
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Mikulak M.  2007.  Cross-Pollinating Marxism and Deep Ecology: Towards a Post-Humanist Eco-Humanism. Cultural Logic: An Electronic Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice. 10:1-25.
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Tam K-P.  2013.  Dispositional empathy with nature. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 35:92-104.
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