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Research has shown differences in pro-social and pro-environmental behaviors after exposure to different physical environments. In this within-subject design, we used repeated surveys to measure social and environmental thought content throughout one-hour environmental explorations of a nature conservatory and an indoor mall. At each survey, participants (N = 86, undergraduates and community members) reported whom they were thinking about and how connected they felt to the physical and socialdoi:10.31234/osf.io/q27bc fatcat:2wtvr2jmz5chnkvdklapacddqi