Search results for author Altea Lorenzo-Arribas

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Category: "Refereed journal"

Craig, T., Fischer, A. and Lorenzo-Arribas, A. (2018). Shopping versus Nature?An exploratory study of everyday experiences. Frontiers in Psychology 9(9). Frontiers.

Prager, K., Creaney, R. and Lorenzo-Arribas, A. (2017). Criteria for a system level evaluation of farm advisory services. Land Use Policy 61, 86-98. Elsevier.

Gómez-Mateu, M., Lorenzo-Arribas, A., Boffil Roig, M., Vilor-Tejedor, N., Barrio, I., Espasandin-Dominguez, J., Guler, I., Cacheiro, P., Aguirre, U. and Perez-Alvarez, N. (2016). Big data in biomedical research. Perspectives from the Biostatnet-CRM Workshop. Boletín de Estadística e Investigación Operativa 32(3), 257-277.

Marselle, M.R., Irvine, K., Lorenzo-Arribas, A. and Warber, S.L. (2016). Does perceived restorativeness mediate the effects of perceived biodiversity and perceived naturalness on emotional well-being following group walks in nature. Journal of Environmental Psychology 46, 217-232.

Prager, K., Labarthe, P., Caggiano, M. and Lorenzo-Arribas, A. (2016). How does commercialisation impact on the provision of farm advisory services? Evidence from Belgium, Italy, Ireland and the UK. Land Use Policy 52, 329-344.

Marselle, M.R., Irvine, K., Lorenzo-Arribas, A. and Warber, S.L. (2015). Moving beyond green: exploring the relationship of environment type and indicators of perceived environmental quality on emotional well-being following group walks. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12(1), 106-130.

Lorenzo-Arribas, A., Martínez-Silva, I., Gómez-Mateu, M., Perez-Alvarez, N., Perpiñán Fabuel, H. and Valero Coppin, O. (2013). Young biostatisticians in Spain: career or race. Boletín de Estadística e Investigación Operativa 29(3), 266-282.

Martinez-Silva, I., Roca-Pardinas, J., Lustres-Perez, V., Lorenzo-Arribas, A. and Cadarso-Suarez, C. (2013). Flexible quantile regression models: applications to the study of the sea urchin, Paracentrotus lividus (Lamarck, 1816). Statistics and Operations Research Transactions 37(1), 81-94.

Category: "Book Chapter"

Martínez-Silva, I., Sestelo, M., Bidegain, G., Lorenzo-Arribas, A. and Roca-Pardinas, J. (2014). Nonparametric regression applied to sea urchin growth. In "Sea urchins: habitat, embryonic development and importance in the environment". Nova Science Publishers.

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