The connectedness to nature scale: A measure of emotional connection to nature?

Jeffrey L. Perrin, Victor A. Benassi a b s t r a c t Mayer and Frantz (2004) proposed that their connectedness to nature scale (CNS) provides a measure of people’s emotional connection to nature. After reanalyzing data from their article, collecting andanalyzing our own data, and conducting a content analysis of CNS scale items, we conclude that the CNSdoes not measure an emotional connection to nature. Although results from our…

The connectedness to nature scale: A measure of individuals’ feeling in community with nature

F.StephanMayerCynthia  McPhersonFrantz Abstract Five studies assessed the validity and reliability of the connectedness to nature scale (CNS), a new measure of individuals’ trait levels of feeling emotionally connected to the natural world. Data from two community and three college samples demonstrated that the CNS has good psychometric properties, correlates with related variables (the new environmental…

“Connectedness to Nature Scale”: Validity and Reliability in the French Context

Front. Psychol., 12 December 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02180 “Connectedness to Nature Scale”: Validity and Reliability in the French Context Oscar Navarro1*, Pablo Olivos2 and Ghozlane Fleury-Bahi1 1Faculty of Psychology, University of Nantes, Nantes, France 2Department of Psychology, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spain Connectedness to nature represents the relationship of the self with the natural environment and has been operationalized…

Connectedness to Nature Survey

Connectedness to Nature Survey Please fill this questionnaire out before you begin the program and then after every four activities or trails. Please ask each participant to complete a separate questionnaire by indicating a response from 1 to 5 beneath each question. This will help us evaluate the primary program aim. Thank you. Please email…