'Crowded suburbs' and 'killer cities': A brief review of the relationship between urban environments and mental health
Most of the world's population now lives in cities, with 90% of Australians living in urban settlements of more than 10 000 people. Urban environments help shape population health, particularly among disadvantaged people, where poor health is concentrated. A growing body of research has focussed on the association between cities and mental health. Three hypotheses have been proposed to explain this association: psychosocial stressors; concentrated disadvantage; and social drift. It remains...[Show more]
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