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The Effects Of Labyrinth Walking In An Academic Library.Pdf, Donna M. Zucker Rn, Phd, Faan, Jeung Choi, Matthew N. Cook, Janet Brennan Croft May 2016

The Effects Of Labyrinth Walking In An Academic Library.Pdf, Donna M. Zucker Rn, Phd, Faan, Jeung Choi, Matthew N. Cook, Janet Brennan Croft

Donna M. Zucker

The purpose of this study was to determine if labyrinth
walking in an academic library would reduce library user stress
and promote relaxation. A non- equivalent control group design
was employed. Systolic blood pressure was significant for time effect
(effect size of .136, and power .721). Pulse rate was significant for
time effect (effect size 0.93, and power .507). Satisfaction survey
results demonstrated increased satisfaction after labyrinth walking.
Data from this pilot will form the basis of a larger scale study to
determine the effect of labyrinth walking on stress particularly in
high-stress learning environments.


Pathway To Change: A Jail Labyrinth Project, Donna M. Zucker Rn, Phd, Faan Dec 2012

Pathway To Change: A Jail Labyrinth Project, Donna M. Zucker Rn, Phd, Faan

Donna M. Zucker

This video is a documentary of a labyrinth building project at a county jail.