A Meta-analysis on the Relationship between Green Space and Mental Health during COVID-19


During the period of COVID-19 infectious disease, the relationship between green space and mental health was conducted through meta-analysis. Research results were selected through a systematic literature review (PRISMA system) Through the evaluation of the quality of selected individual studies (Methodological Quality), we have extracted literature that is associated with the research topic. After converting the effect of green space and mental health into effect size, the significant relationship was identified, and the relationship between green space and mental health was analyzed according to control variables such as sub-variables, timing, region, and population characteristics. By combining systematic literature review results (MQRS) and meta-analysis results (effect size), the correlation between meaningful green space and mental health was analyzed and derived. This study identified the relationship between unexpected variables and derived results through quantitative analysis in the qualitative research direction.


Young June Park
Student, Master's, Yonsei University, Seoul Teugbyeolsi [Seoul-T'ukpyolshi], South Korea


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Paper Presentation in a Themed Session


Architectonic, Spatial, and Environmental Design


Greenspace, Natural Environment, Mental Health, Mental Disorder, COVID-19, Pandemic, Meta-analysis

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