Recent Publications

  • Jiang, B*., Wang, H.Q., Larsen, L., Bao, F., Li, Z., & Pryor, M. (2019). Quality of sweatshop factory outdoor environments matters for workers’ stress and anxiety: A participatory smartphone-photography survey. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 101336. doi:
  • Zhang, X. L. & Jiang, B*. (2019). Cultivation of Grit: A Type of Nature Education for Urban Preschool Children. Landscape Architecture. 26 (10): 40-47. doi: 10.14085/j.fjyl.2019.10.0040.08.
  • Jiang, B*. (2019). Nine Questions toward Influences of Emerging Science and Technology on Urban Environment Planning and Design. Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 7(2), 66-75.
  • Jiang, B*., Mak, C. N. S., Zhong, H., Larsen, L., & Webster, C. J. (2018). From Broken Windows to Perceived Routine Activities: Examining Impacts of Environmental Interventions on Perceived Safety of Urban Alleys. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(2450). doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02450
  • Jiang, B*., Schmillen, R., & Sullivan, W. C. (2018). How to waste a break: using portable electronic devices substantially counteracts attention enhancement effects of green spaces. Environment and Behavior. doi: 10.1177/0013916518788603
  • Jiang, B*., Chen, J., & Wang, L. (2018). Cardiovascular diseases due to stress arisen from social risk factors: A synopsis and prospectiveness. Nano LIFE. doi: 10.1142/S1793984418400032
  • Suppakittpaisarn, P*., Jiang, B., Slavenas, M., & Sullivan, W. C. (2018). Does density of green infrastructure predict preference? Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. doi:
  • Jiang, B*. (2018). The road to a healthy city: The benefits of Urban Nature for Mental Health. Urban and Rural Planning. 2018 (3): 13-20.
  • Jiang, B*., Mak, C. N. S., Larsen, L., & Zhong, H. (2017). Minimizing the gender difference in perceived safety: Comparing the effects of urban back alley interventions. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 51, 117-131. doi:
  • Jiang, B*., Deal, B., Pan, H., Larsen, L., Hsieh, C.-H., Chang, C.-Y., & Sullivan, W. C. (2017). Remotely-sensed imagery vs. eye-level photography: Evaluating associations among measurements of tree cover density. Landscape and Urban Planning, 157, 270-281. doi:
  • Jiang, B*. (2017). Measuring Impacts Of Ordinary Green Landscapes On Human Health And Transforming Research Findings Into Design Solutions: Four Important Issues, Time+Architecture 157, p. 34-37.
  • Jiang, B*., Li, L., Zhang, T. (2017). Exploring Relationship between Urban Spatial Elements and Public Health: Using‘the Image of City’Theory as a Research Framework. Shanghai Urban Planning Review, 134, 63-68.
  • Jiang, B*., Li, D., Larsen, L., & Sullivan, W. C. (2016). A Dose-Response Curve Describing the Relationship Between Urban Tree Cover Density and Self-Reported Stress Recovery. Environment and Behavior, 48(4), 607-629. doi: 10.1177/0013916514552321
  • Jiang, B*., Larsen, L., Deal, B., & Sullivan, W. C. (2015). A dose–response curve describing the relationship between tree cover density and landscape preference. Landscape and Urban Planning, 139(0), 16-25. doi:
  • Jiang, B*., Zhang,T., Sullivan, W.C. (2015). Healthy Cities: Mechanisms and Research Questions Regarding the Impacts of Urban Green Landscapes on Public Health and Well-being. Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 3(1), 24-35.
  • Jiang, B*. (2015). Examining the Urban Environment through the Eyes of a Pediatrician: an Interview with Richard J. Jackson. Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 3(1), 62-69.
  • Jiang, B., Chang, C. Y., & Sullivan, W. C*. (2014). A dose of nature: Tree cover, stress reduction, and gender differences. Landscape and Urban Planning, 132, 26-36.