Virtual and Augmented Reality

We know contact with nature makes you feel better. Can virtual contact do the same?

Interaction with nature improves our mood. Image: REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel

Navjot Bhullar

Associate Professor - Faculty of Medicine and Health; School of Psychology, University of New England

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