Roe, J. Ethnicity and children’s mental health: making the case for access to urban parks. The Lancet Planetary Health (2018). Volume 2(6).
Adolescent & Child Health
Roe. J and Knöll, M. Adolescent health and wellbeing: advocating a role for urban design. The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health (2018). Volume 2(10). pp. 697-699.
Knoll, M and Roe, J. Ten questions concerning a new adolescent health urbanism. Building and Environment (2017). Volume 126. pp. 496-506. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2017.10.006.
Roe J & Aspinall P A. Teenager’s everyday ‘doings’ and the restorative niches that support them. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2012). Volume - Special Issue, Nature & Health.
Roe, J. and Aspinall, P A. : The restorative outcomes of forest versus indoor settings in young people with varying behaviour states. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening (2011). Volume 10(3).
Roe, J. and Aspinall, P A : The emotional affordances of forest settings: an investigation in boys with extreme behavioural problems. Landscape Research (2011). Volume 35(5).
Roe J., Aspinall P. and Ward Thompson C., Forest School: evidence for restorative health benefits in young people. Access & Health, Forestry Commission (2009).
Lovell, R. and Roe, J. Physical and Mental Health Benefits of Participation in Forest School. Countryside Recreation (2009). Volume 17(1). pp. 20-23.
Ward Thompson, C., Travlou, P. and Roe, J. (2007), Free Range Teenagers: The Role of Wild Adventure Space in Young People’s Lives. Countryside Recreation (2007). Volume 15(3). pp. 12-15.
Ward Thompson, C., Travlou, P. and Roe, J., Wild Adventure Space in Young People’s Lives – A study carried out for Natural England and published as Wild Adventure Space: its role in teenagers’ lives (NECR025). Natural England Commissioned Report (2007).