Does nature make you happy? Crowdsourcing app looks at relationship between the outdoors and wellbeing26 Apr 2016
A new app will crowdsource data to help scientists understand the relationship between biodiversity and wellbeing. The app, developed at the University of Cambridge, maps happiness onto a detailed map that includes all the UK’s nature reserves and green spaces.
Money really can buy happiness when spending fits our personality, finds a study based on 77,000 UK bank transactions.
“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life,” observed the writer Samuel Johnson in the eighteenth century. In fact, research published today suggests such a man may be merely living in the wrong postcode. A study of 56,000 Londoners found that a person’s life satisfaction depends, at least in part, on whether their personality suits the place where they live.
Mindfulness&rsquo;, the process of learning to become more aware of our ongoing experiences, increases well-being in adolescent boys, a new study reports.
Girls appear to be "protected" from showing antisocial behaviour until their teenage years, new research from the University of Cambridge has found.