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The purpose of this literature review is to provide an in-depth review of the existing data on the impact of indoor plants on well-being, and in particular stress, defined as being both psychological and physiological, in individuals. Specifically, this paper seeks to provide a thorough summary of the empirical studies that have explored this relationship between stress and indoor plants in various settings and with differing populations.

Faculty Advisor

Linda Jones

Document Type

Honors Thesis

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Psychology Commons