Study: Time Outdoors Affects Values

Dec 1, 2009
Outside Magazine

A study by the University of Rochester cited in Scientific American has reinforced what some of us might have already suspected: Spending time in nature not only helps our moods, it helps us become less self-centered and adopt more intrinsic values (relationships, experiences like powder days) as opposed to extrinsic values (money, Lamborghinis). Check out the full story here

--Kate Siber

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