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Is Vegetation Cover in Key Behaviour Settings Important for Early Childhood Socioemotional Function? A Preregistered, Cross-sectional Study
The association between vegetation cover (comprising trees, shrubs, and grassed areas) in four key behaviour settings for children aged 2-5 and socioemotional functioning was investigated (n = 1196). The results showed that emotional difficulties were inversely associated with vegetation cover in the home yard (OR: 0.81 [0.69-0.96]) and neighbourhood (OR: 0.79 [0.67-0.94]), but not in the early childhood education and care outdoor areas or neighbourhood. Enhanced risk of emotional difficultiesdoi:10.31219/osf.io/daz3r fatcat:ouwhhkt7mbc33cs5l372cecj5m