Elizabeth Marcheschi

Doktor at Architecture, Building

Elizabeth Marcheschi has a PhD in Environmental Psychology and works as a Post-Doctoral researcher at Chalmers University within the AIDAH project. The aim of her research is to gaining a better understanding of how home settings can be designed to support rehabilitation processes and well-being outcomes among stroke patients. The results from her work will add knowledge to an almost unexplored area of research. Elizabeth is teaching Environmental Psychology and she is involved in a research conducted at Lund University on walkability and vulnerable groups of society.

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Projects

2013–2019

Integrative Ways of Residing: Health and Quality of Residence Architectural Inventions for Dwelling, Ageing and Healthcare AIDAH

Sten Gromark Architecture, Building
Roger Ulrich Architecture, Building
Saga Karlsson Architecture, Building
Inga Malmqvist Architecture, Building
Charlotta Thodelius Architecture, Building
Ola Nylander Architecture, Building
Anna Braide Eriksson Architecture, Building
Maria Berezecka Mårtensson Architecture, Building
Peter Fröst Architecture, Building
Anna Braide Eriksson Architecture, Building
Marie Strid Architecture, Building
Hanna Morichetto Architecture, Building
Elke Miedema Architecture, Building
Göran Lindahl Construction Management
Elizabeth Marcheschi Architecture, Building
Formas

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Publications

2016

Environmental psychology and outpatient care setting

Elizabeth Marcheschi,
Lokaler för öppenvård konferens, 27-01-16, Chalmers Göteborg, Sweden
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2016

Housing design and people with severe mental illness. An observational approach to the investigation of supported housing facilities.

Elizabeth Marcheschi, Maria Johansson, Thorbjörn Laike et al
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. Vol. 57 (1), p. 12-21
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

Human physiological benefits of viewing nature: EEG responses to exact and statistical fractal patterns.

Carolin Hagerall, Thorbjörn Laike, Richard Taylor et al
Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology, and Life Sciences. Vol. 19 (1), p. 1-12
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

Quality of life and place attachment among people with severe mental illness

Elizabeth Marcheschi, Thorbjörn Laike, David Brunt et al
Journal of Environmental Psychology. Vol. 41, p. 145-154
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2014

Physical-environment Qualities of Supported-housing Facilities for People with Severe Mental Illness

Elizabeth Marcheschi, Maria Johansson, David Brunt et al
Journal of Architectural and Planning Research. Vol. 31 (2), p. 128-142
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2014

Place attachment and quality of life among people with severe mental illness in supported housing facilities.

Elizabeth Marcheschi,
IAPS 23, July 4-7 2014, Timisoara, Romania
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2013

The Influence of Physical Environmental Qualities on the Social Climate of Supported Housing Facilities for People with Severe Mental Illness.

Elizabeth Marcheschi, David Brunt, Lars Hansson et al
Issues in Mental Health Nursing . Vol. 34 (2), p. 117-123
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2012

Environmental qualities in supported housing facilities for people with severe mental illness.

Elizabeth Marcheschi, Maria Johansson, David Brunt et al
Arch 2012, Göteborg, Sweden
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2012

Human eeg responses to exact and statistical fractal patterns.

Caroline Hagerhall, Richard Taylor, Thorbjörn Laike et al
IAPS 22, Glasgow, Scottland 2012/06/24 → 2012/06/29
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2012

The interaction between physical and social environment in supported housing for people with severe mental illness.

Elizabeth Marcheschi,
IAPS, 2012, Glasgow, Scotland
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2011

The physical environment of supported housing

Elizabeth Marcheschi,
Conference for the Centre for Evidence-based Psychosocial Interventions (CEPI), 2011, Malmö, Sweden
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2011

The physical environment of supported housing for people with severe mental illness

Elizabeth Marcheschi, Maria Johansson, David Brunt et al
Environment 2.0. 9th Biennale Conference of Environmental Psychology, 2011/09/26 → 2011/09/28 Eindhoven, Netherlands
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2010

Supported housing for people with severe mental illness (SMI)

Elizabeth Marcheschi,
Områdesgruppen i Miljöpsykologi
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2009

Depressive Personality Disorder Inventory-Swedish version: Reliability and related clinical variables

Rachel Maddux, Lars-Gunnar Lundh, Elizabeth Marcheschi et al
11th European Congress of Psychology
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2009

Psychometric validation of the Swedish Depressive Personality Disorder Inventory

Rachel Maddux, Lars-Gunnar Lundh, Elizabeth Marcheschi et al
European Congress of Psychology, 2009/07/07 → 2009/09/10 Oslo, Norway
Conference poster