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NEEDS: Dynamic Urban Environmental Exposures on Depression and Suicide

Publications

 Helbich M (2019). Spatiotemporal contextual uncertainties in green space exposure measures: Exploring a time series of the normalized difference vegetation indices. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (in press)

Helbich M,  Yao Y, Liu Y, Zhang J, Liu P & Wang R (2019). Using deep learning to examine street view green and blue spaces and their associations with geriatric depression in Beijing, China. Environment International, 126, 107-117.

 

Birenboim A, Dijst M, Scheepers F, Poelman M & Helbich M (2019). Wearables and location tracking technologies for mental-state sensing in outdoor environments. The Professional Geographer (in press).

 

Zock J-P, Verheij R, Helbich M, Völker B, Spreeuwenberg P, Strak Maciek, Janssen N, Dijst M & Groenewegen P (2018). The impact of social capital, land use, air pollution and noise on individual morbidity in Dutch neighbourhoods. Environment International, 121, 453-460.

 

Boers S, Hagoort K, Scheepers F & Helbich M (2018). Does residential green and blue space promote recovery in psychotic disorders? A cross-sectional study in the province of Utrecht, the Netherlands. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15 (10),  1-8.

 

Helbich, M (2018). Mental health and environmental exposures: An editorial. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15 (10),  1-4.

 

Helbich M, Klein N, Roberts H, Hagedoorn P & Groenewegen P (2018). More green space is related to less antidepressant prescription rates in the Netherlands: A Bayesian geoadditive quantile regression approach. Environmental Research, 66, 290-297.

 

Helbich M, de Beurs D, Kwan M-P, O’Connor R & Groenewegen P (2018). Natural environments and suicide mortality in the Netherlands: A cross-sectional, ecological study. The Lancet Planetary Health, 2, e134–e139.

 

Helbich M (2018). Toward dynamic urban environmental exposure assessments in mental health research. Environmental Research, 161, pp. 129-135.

 

Helbich M, Plener P, Hartung S & Blüml V (2017). Spatiotemporal suicide risk in Germany: A longitudinal study 2007-11. Scientific Reports, 7, pp. 1-8.

 

Helbich M, Blüml V, de Jong T, Plener P, Kwan M-P & Kapusta, N (2017). Urban-rural inequalities in suicide mortality: A comparison of urbanicity indicators. International Journal of Health Geographics, 16, 39.