Perceived Restorativeness Scale, PRS
Hartig, Kaiser, & Bowler (1997)
The PRS scale examine the restorative ability of environments that participants perceived. The scale includes four factors, being away, coherence, fascination and compatibility.
Landscape preference scale
Herzog, & Kropscott (2004)
Measuring the preference of subject. There are four preference matrix factors, includes: coherence, complexity, mystery and legibility.
Zuckerman Inventory of Personal Reactions, ZIPERS
ZIPERS is a comprehensive anxiety scale, which contains thirteen questions, assessing five main sense factors, includes: fear arousal, positive affect, anger/aggression, attentiveness-coping and sadness.
State Anxiety Inventory, SAI
Spielberger, Gorsuch, Vagg, & Jacobs (1983)
The scale measures the perception of subject in a particular moment, a short term emotion reaction initiated by special situation. It contains forty items, included “state anxiety” and “feature anxiety”.
Abbreviated Torrance Test for Adults, ATTA
Chen, Goff, & Torrance (2006)
Creative thinking test is assessed by four components, fluency, originality, elaboration and flexibility. The test can assess the reaction to the stimulus of both graphic and language.
Environmental Qi Experience Scale
Chang, & Chou (2011)
The concept of the scale focuses on the Qi experience of the subject in the environments. The scale evaluates the experience with seven aspects, landscape structure, landscape visual quality, vegetation conditions, microclimate, disturbed, physiological responses and psychological responses.