Bibliographie

Mise à jour le 23/03/2020.

I. Références bibliographiques fondamentales internationales

– Therapeutic Landscape, an evidence based approach to desining healing gardens and restorative outdoor spaces, Clare Cooper Marcus et Naomi Sachs (2014) WILEY

– Therapeutic gardens, design for healing spaces, Daniel Winterbottom et Amy Wagenfeld (2015) TIMBER PRESS

– Health spaces, hospital outdoor environment, Francesca Giofrè et Zoran Dukanovic (2015) TESIS Inter University of Florence

– Designing outdoor spaces for people with dementia, Annie Pollock et Mary Marshall (2012) University of Stirling

– The profession and practice of horticultural therapy, Rebecca L. Haller, Karen L. Kennedy, Christine L.Cappra (2019) CRC PRESS

– Horticultural Therapy Methods, making connections in health care, human service and community programs, Rebecca L. Haller, Christine L. Kramer (2006) THE HARWORTH PRESS

– Horticulture as therapy, principles and practice, Sharon P. Simson, Martha C. Strauss (2003) THE HAWORTH PRESS

– Growing with gardening, a twelve month guide for therapy, recreation & education, Bibby Moore (1989) THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS

– Gardening for the senses, gardening as therapy, Hanck Bruce (2013)

– Ecotherapy Theory, research and practice, Martin Jordan and Joe Hinds (2016) PALGRAVE

– Birthright, People and Nature in the modern world, Stephen R. Kellert (2012) YALE

– With people in mind, design and management of everyday Nature, Rachel Kaplan, Stephen Kaplan et Robert L. Ryan (1998) ISLAND PRESS

– The nature principle, human restoration and the end of nature-deficit disorder, Richard Louv (2011) ALCONQUIN BOOKS OF CHAPEL HILL

– The Biophilia hypothesis, Stephen R. Kellert and Edward O. Wilson (1993) ISLAND PRESS

– La réalisation de soi, écologie profonde, Arne Naess traduit par Pierre Madelin (2017)   WILD PROJECT

 II. Ouvrages en français

 – Jardins thérapeutiques et hortithérapie Jérôme Péllissier (2017) DUNOD

– Conception et élaboration de jardin à l’usage des établissements sociaux médico-sociaux et sanitaires (2019) Collectif ENSP Versailles, Jardins&Santé, LivingLab, Fondation Médéric Alzheimer https://www.fondation-mederic-alzheimer.org/sites/default/files/guide-pratique-jardins.pdf

– Jardins et Santé, des thérapies qui renouent avec la nature sous la direction d’Anne Chahine (2017) PETIT GENIE

– Quand jardiner soigne, initiation pratique aux jardins thérapeutiques   Denis Richard (2011) DELACHAUX et NIESTLE

– Ces jardins qui nous aident Jean-Luc Chavanis (2010) LE COURRIER DU LIVRE

– Toucher la terre, jardiner avec ceux qui souffrent   Anne Ribes (2006) Ed. MEDICIS

– Natura, pourquoi la nature nous soigne…et nous rend heureux   Pascale d’Erm (2019) LLL

– Une enfance en liberté-traduction française de Last Child in he Wood (2005) Richard Louv (2020) EDITION LEDUC

– Le Shinrin yoku en famille, invitation au bain de forêt Isabelle Boucq (2019) HATIER

– La thérapie secrète des arbres, les bienfaits de l’énergie de la Nature sur notre santé physique et mentale Marco Mencagli & Marco Nieri (2018) IDEO

III. Publications universitaires de référence

– ULRICH Roger S. View through a window may influence recovery from surgery Science, New Series vol 224, Issue 4647, April 27 1984 p. 420-421,   en accès via researchgate.net

– ULRICH Roger S. (et al) ICU Patient family stress recovery during breaks in a hospital garden and indoor environments Health Environment Research and Design journal 7 Aout 2019 p.1-20 en accès via  researchgate.net

– CORDOZA Makayla, ULRICH Roger S. (et al) Impact of nurses taking daily work breaks in a hospital garden on burn-out AJCC American Journal of Critical Care Nov.2018 vol.27, n°6, p. 508-512.     https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30385543

– BERMAN Marc G. JONIDES John, KAPLAN Stephen. The cognitive benefits of interacting with Nature Association for psychological science 2008 Vol.19, n°12, p. 1207-1212,   en accès via researchgate.net

– PALSDOTTIR Anna Maria (et al.) The journey of recovery and empowerment embraced by nature – Clients’ perspectives on Nature based rehabilitation in relation to the role of natural environment Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2014, 11, 7094-7115,   en accès via researchgate.net

– GRAHN Patrik, TENNGART-IVARSSON Carina, STIGSDOTTER Ulrika K. (et al). Using affordances as a health-promoting tool in a therapeutic gar In Book : Innovatives approaches to researching landscape and health (2010) chap.5, p. 116-154,    en accès via researchgate.net

– STIGSDOTTER Ulrika, GRAHN Patrik What’s make a garden a healing garden? Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture Janvier 2002 p. 60-69 AHTA,  en accès via researchgate.net

– THORSEN GONZALES Marianne, HARTIG Terry (et al.) Therapeutic horticulture in clinical depression : a prospective study of active components Journal of Advanced Nursing 2010 66(9), p. 2002-2013, en accès via : https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2648.2010.05383.x

– HARTIG Terry (et al.) Nature and Health. Annual Review of Public Health (2014), vol.35, p.207-228     https://www.annualreviews.org/doi/abs/10.1146/annurev-publhealth-032013-182443?cookieSet=1

– ANNESTED, M., & WARHBORG, P. Nature-assisted therapy : systematic review of controlled and observational studies. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health Juin 2011 39(4) p.371-88,   en accès via researchgate.net

– BRATMAN Gregory N.(et al) Nature experience reduce rumination and subgenus     prefrontal cortex activation (Stanford University and Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences) PNAS 2015 en accès direct sur pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.1510459112

– BERTO Rita, The role of nature in coping with psycho-physiological stress : A literature review on restorativeness. Behavioral Sciences 2014, vol.4, p. 394-409,   en accès direct sur https://doi.org/10.3390/bs4040394

– PARK B.J. ,TSUNETSUGA Y., KASETANI T.,KAGAWA T., MIYASAKI Y. The physiological effect of Shinrin-yoku (taking in the forest atmosphere or forest bathing) : evidence from field experiments in 24 forest across Japon. Environmental Health Preventive Medicine, (2010) Vol. 15(1), p.18-26       https://www.researchgate.net/publication/6393771_Physiological_Effects_of_Shinrin-yoku_Taking_in_the_Atmosphere_of_the_Forest-Using_Salivary_Cortisol_and_Cerebral_Activity_as_Indicators-

– LI Q. (et al.), Visiting a forest and not a city, increase human natural killer activity and expression of anti-cancer proteins. International Journal of Immunopathology and Pharmacology (2008), Vol.21(1), p.117-127 accès par researchgate.net

– KAMiOKA H.,TSUTANI K., (et al.) Effectivness of horticultural therapy : a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. Complementary therapies in medicine 2014 vol.22,(5) p. 930-943   https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S096522991400137X  

– POMMIER Romain (et al.) Approche qualitative de l’éprouvé au Jardin de Soins. Une étude exploratoire en Psychiatrie de l’Adulte. Annales Médico-Psychologiques Vol.176 Issue 2, févr. 2018 p.150-156. Disponible sur https://doi.org/10.1016/j.amp.2017.06.006

– PRINGUEY-CRIOU France, Introduction au concept de jardins de soins en psychiatrie. L’Encéphale 41, Issue 5, oct. 2015, p. 454-459.  Disponible sur http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.encep.2015.04.004

– PRINGUEY Dominique, PRINGUEY-CRIOU France, Le jardin de soins recours thérapeutique : aspects psychopathologiques et phénoménologiques, implications thérapeutiques. L’Encéphale vol.41, Issue 3, juin 2015, éditorial p. 197-201.

– RIVASSEAU-JONVEAUX Thérese (et al) Les jardins thérapeutiques : recommandations et critères de conception Gériatrie et Psychologie Neuropsychiatrie du vieillissement vol.10, n°3, Sept.2012, p. 245-253

– WICHROVSKI M. WHITESON J. HAAS F. (et al.). Effect of horticultural therapy on mood and heart rate in patient participating in a inpatient cardiopulmonary rehabilitation program. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention. 2005, 25(5), p.270-274 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16217230/

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