Selected scientific publications:


  • Korpela, K. M., Pasanen, T., Repo, V., Hartig, T., Staats, H., Mason, M., Alves, S., Fornara, F., Marks, T., Saini, S., Scopelliti, M., Soares, AL., Stigsdotter, U. K., & Ward Thompson, C. (2018). Environmental strategies of affect regulation and their associations with subjective well-being. Frontiers in Psychology / Environmental Psychology, 9:562. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00562
  • Korpela, K., Pasanen, T., Ratcliffe, E. (2018). Biodiversity and psychological wellbeing. In A. Ossola & J. Niemelä (Eds.): Urban Biodiversity – From Research to Practice (pp. 134-149). Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon & New York.
  • Hyvönen, K., Törnroos, K., Salonen, K., Korpela, K., Feldt, T., & Kinnunen, U. (2018). Profiles of nature exposure and outdoor activities associated with occupational well-being among employees. Frontiers in Psychology / Environmental Psychology 9:754. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00754



  • Ratcliffe, E. & Korpela, K. M. (2016). Memory and place attachment as predictors of imagined restorative perceptions of favourite places. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 120-130.
  • Korpela, K. (2016). Natural settings and favourite places in the vicinity promote well-being. In Coles R, Costa S, Watson S (Eds.) Well-Being 2016: Co-creating pathways to well-being (pp. 11-13). Birmingham City University: Birmingham.
  • Korpela K. M., Stengård E., & Jussila P. (2016). Nature walks as a part of therapeutic intervention for depression. Ecopsychology, 8(1), 8-15.