Relation of Nature and Environment with Pleasant Emotions of Humans in Daily Life

Mahsa Abdi Bastami--- Department of Architecture Engineering, Qazvin Azad University of architecture, Qazvin, Iran,
Mana Hosseini Bay--- Biotechnology,Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch,Tehran, Iran,
Afsoun Seddighi--- Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery. Member of Functional Neurosurgery Research Center of Shohada Tajrish Hospital, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences.

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Happy feeling has essential role in life of human beings during the generations. People always try to pass their life with satisfactions and happiness and to be adopted themselves.On this base we have done two different statistical analyses. At first we studied different relational samples with nature and happiness indicators in 250 ordinary people (community) through social network applications.In second case we studied mentality relations in other statistical community with 200 people to assess anticipate of general happiness relations. The results of two surveys showed that environmental relations can be a way for ensuring happiness and healthiness of humans beside endurance of environment.


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Architecture; Mental; Emotion; Happiness

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