Ms Alison Pritchard


NameMs Alison Pritchard
Research instituteCollege of Health, Psychology and Social Care

Research outputs

The relationship between nature connectedness and eudaimonic wellbeing: the role of childhood nature experiences, perceptions of naturalness and biodiversity, and fascination and awe.

Pritchard, A. 2024. The relationship between nature connectedness and eudaimonic wellbeing: the role of childhood nature experiences, perceptions of naturalness and biodiversity, and fascination and awe. PhD Thesis University of Derby College of Health, Psychology and Social Care https://doi.org/10.48773/q570q

The Relationship Between Nature Connectedness and Human and Planetary Wellbeing: Implications for Promoting Wellbeing, Tackling Anthropogenic Climate Change and Overcoming Biodiversity Loss

Alison Pritchard and Miles Richardson 2022. The Relationship Between Nature Connectedness and Human and Planetary Wellbeing: Implications for Promoting Wellbeing, Tackling Anthropogenic Climate Change and Overcoming Biodiversity Loss. in: Andrew H. Kemp and Darren J. Edwards (ed.) Broadening the Scope of Wellbeing Science Springer. pp. 71–84
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