Professor CHUN-YEN CHANG

張俊彥 教授


Professor,
Dept. of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
National Taiwan University
Email: cycmail@ntu.edu.tw
Telephone: +886-2-33664859
No. 4 Hall, Department of Horticulture, National Taiwan University, No 1 Sec 4 Roosevelt Rood, 106 Taipei , Taiwan


Educational Background

Ph.D.    Park and Recreation (1993), Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA
M.S.    Horticulture (1987), National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
B.A.      Landscape Architecture (1985), Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan

2005-Present  Professor, Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
2001-2005      Professor, Horticulture, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan
1996-2001      Associate Professor, Horticulture, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan
1993-1996      Associate Professor, Architecture and Urban Planning, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan


Research Interest

Therapeutic Landscapes
Horticulture Therapy
Landscape Ecology
Landscape Planning and Design
Recreational Planning and management


Professor Chang teaches at Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture in National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. He examines the relationship between landscapes and human health and wellbeing. One of his most important contributions has been to develop a framework describing relationships between healthy landscapes and human health. He is Director of the “Laboratory of Healthy Landscape Healthy People East” which is cooperating with the western group from the University of Illinois in Urbana.

 

Professor Chang has served as the president of the Outdoor Recreation Association of R.O.C. (Taiwan), the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Outdoor Recreation Research (Taiwan), Taiwan’s Delegate to the International Federation of Landscape Architecture (IFLA), the Coeditor-in-Chief of the Journal Landscape and Ecological Engineering.  He is currently serves as the vice-president of the Chinese Taiwan Society of Landscape Architects.



Professional Experience

2017-Present

President, Chinese Landscape Architects Society in Taiwan

2016-Present

Editor, Journal of Korean Society for People, Plants, and Environment.

2016-Present

Vice-chairman, Nature and Forest Welfare

2014-Present

Associate Director, National Taiwan University of Highland Experimental Farm

2013-2016

Vice President, Chinese Landscape Architects Society in Taiwan

2013

Singapore Landscape Architecture Awards 2013 Online Juror

2008-2010

Coeditor-in-Chief, Journal Landscape and Ecological Engineering

2010-2016

Delegate of International Federation of Landscape Architecture (IFLA) , Taiwan

2010-2016 

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Outdoor Recreation Research

(Taiwan, listed in TSSCI)

2008-2012

Trustee, His Liu Environmental Greening Foundation (Taiwan)

2008-2010

General Secretary, the Society for People-Plant Relationship, R.O.C. (Taiwan)

2004-2008

President, the Outdoor Recreation Association of R.O.C. (Taiwan)

2001-2009

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan)

2000-2004

General Secretary, the Outdoor Recreation Association of R.O.C. (Taiwan)

Since 1997

American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA) Member

 Journal Articles since 2011

  1. B., Deal. B., Pan H., Larsen. L., Hsieh. C. H., Chang. C.Y., & Sullivan, W.C. (2017). Remotely-sensed imagery vs. eye-level photography: Evaluating associations among measurements of tree cover density. Landscape and Urban Planning, 270–281.
  2. Chou, W. Y., Lee, C. H. & Chang, C. Y. (2016). Relationships between urban open spaces and humans’ health benefits from an ecological perspective: a study in an urban campus. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 12(2), 255-267.
  3. Su W. C., Ahern, J. F. & Chang, C. Y. (2016). Why should we pay attention to “inconsistent” land uses? A viewpoint on water quality. Landscape and Ecological Engineering, 12(2), 247-254.
  4. Tang, I. C., Sullivan, W. C., & Chang, C. Y (2015). Perceptual evaluation of natural landscapes: The role of the individual connection to nature. Environment & Behavior, 595-617.
  5. Chang, C. Y., & Tang, I. C. (2015). Connecting healthy urban ecology with human health. Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 3(1), 45-53.
  6. Jiang, B.,Chang, C. Y.,Sullivan, W.C. (2014). A dose of nature: Tree cover, stress reduction, and gender differences. Landscape and Urban Planning, 132,26–36.
  7. Lin, Y. H., Tsai, C. C., Sullivan, W. C., Chang, C. Y., & Chang, P. J. (2014). Does awareness effect the restorative function and perception of street trees. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1-9.
  8. Yulan Y. Yuan, Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Chun-Yen Chang (2014). Tourism subfield identification via journal clustering. Annals of Tourism Research, 47, 77- 95.
  9. Sullivan, W.C., Frumkin, H., Jackson, R.J., & Chang, C.Y. (2014). Gaia meets Ascelpius: Creating Healthy Places. Landscape & Urban Planning, 127,182-184. Editor's choice.
  10. Ho, L.C., Chen, J.C., & Chang, C.-Y. (2014). Changes in the visual preference after stream remediation using an image power spectrum: Stone revetment construction in the Nan-Shi-Ken stream, Taiwan. Ecological Engineering, 71(0), 426-431.
  11. Weng, P. Y., Chiang, Y. C., Sato, N., & Chang, C. Y. (2013). An investigation of the transformed forestry sector in Japan and Taiwan. Journal of The Faculty of Agriculture Kyushu University.
  12. 張俊彥, 唐宜君(2015)。自然景觀效益的劑量觀點-以水景為例。人與社會科學簡訊,16(2) 97-104。
    Chang, C. Y., & Tung, Y. C. (2015). The dose view of natural landscape benefits- A case study of waterscape. Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, 16(2) 97-104.
  1. .張俊彥、張元毓(2012)。農村健康環境設計原則。臺灣休閒農業會訊,34, 1-6。
    Chang, C. Y. & Chang, Y. Y. (2012). The design principal of environmental health in rural. Taiwan Leisure Farms Development Association, 34, 1-6.
  1. 張俊彥、張元毓、林穎萱(2012)。療癒景觀與園藝治療的相關名詞釋義。造園景觀雜誌,73, 4-13。
    Chang, C. Y., Chang, Y. Y., & Lin, Y. H. (2012). Defining Healing Landscape and Horticultural Therapy. Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 73, 4-13.
  1. 張俊彥、林穎萱、李采薇(2012)。民眾在休閒農場裡見到些什麼?造園景觀雜誌,73, 89-96。本人為第一作者、通訊作者。
    Chang, C. Y., Lin, Y. H., & Li, T. W. (2012). What do people see in leisure farm?
    Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 73, 89-96.
  1. 林穎萱、張俊彥(2012)。健康景觀領域中研究與實務的對話。造園景觀雜誌,73, 97-102。本人為通訊作者。
    Lin, Y. H. & Chang, C. Y. (2012). Theory Conversation between Research and Practice on Healing Landscape. Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 73, 89-96.
  1. 王曉薇、張俊彥(2012)。醫院療癒庭園之設計檢核表。造園景觀雜誌,73, 53-60。本人為通訊作者。
    Wang, H. W. & Chang, C. Y. (2012). Landscape Design Check List of Hospital's Healing Garden. Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 73, 53-60.
  1. 蘇瑋佳、張元毓、張俊彥(2012)。綠化學習環境對注意力的效益。造園景觀雜誌,73, 83-88。本人為通訊作者。
    Su, W. J., Chang, Y. Y., & Chang, C. Y. (2012). The Effects of Greening Learning Environments on Subject's Attention. Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 73, 83-88.
  1. 謝亞婷、張俊彥(2012)。醫療空間綠美化對使用者之效益。造園景觀雜誌,73, 78-82。本人為通訊作者。
    Hsieh, Y. T. & Chang, C. Y. (2012). The Benefits of Greening Waiting Room of Hospital. Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 73, 78-82.
  1. 何立智、陳建中、張俊彥(2012)。景觀特徵演算法於知覺自然度量測之運用。造園景觀學報,18(1),23-38。
    Ho, L.C., Chen, C. C., & Chang, C. Y. (2012). Quantification of Perceived Naturalness Using Scene Gist Algorithm. Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 18(1),23-38.
  1. 江彥政、翁珮怡、張俊彥(2012)。綠地結構與居住環境品質對生活滿意度之影響。造園景觀學報,18(3),21-41。
    Chiang, Y. C., Weng, P. Y., & Chang, C. Y. (2012). Influences of Green Space Structure and Residential Environment Quality on Living Satisfaction, Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 18(3), 21-41.
  1. 翁珮怡、江彥政、張俊彥(2011)。土地開發程度對自然度感受及生心理反應之影響。造園景觀學報,41-60。
    Weng, P. Y., Chiang, Y. C., & Chang, C. Y. (2011). Influences of Land Development Level on Respondents' Naturalness and Psychophysical Responses, Journal of Landscape Architecture (Taiwan), 41-60.
  1. 張俊彥、李采薇、張元毓(2011)。職場園藝治療活動實務分享。工業安全衛生月刊,13-17。(EI)。
    Chang, C. Y., Lee, T.W., & Chang, Y. Y. (2011). Sharing Horticulture Activities in Working Place, Monthly Journal of Industrial Safety and Health Association, 13-17. (EI)
  1. 江彥政、張俊彥、歐聖榮(2011)。森林步道環境特性對心理評價反應之影響。戶外遊憩研究,24(2):75-100。(TSSCI)。
    Chiang, Y. C., Chang, C. Y., & Ou, S. J. (2011). Influences of Environmental Property of Forest Trail on Psychological Evaluation Responses, Journal of Outdoor Recreation, 24(2): 75-100. (TSSCI)

 Books

  1. 張俊彥(2012)。景觀與健康研究講義。台北:台灣大學園藝暨景觀學系景觀與健康研究室。

      Chang, C. Y. (2012). Research of Landscape and Health. Taipei: National Taiwan University of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Laboratory of Landscape and Health.

    1. 張俊彥、林裕彬、張琪如、吳振發譯,Botequilha Leitao, A. Miller, J., & McGarigal, K.著(2011)。景觀量測。台北:五南出版社。

        Chang, C. Y., Lin, Y. P., Chang, C. R., & Wu, C. F. translation. Leitao, A. B., Miller, J., & McGarigal, K. (2011). Measuring Landscape. Taipei: Wu-Nan Culture Enterprise.

       Book Chapter

      Sullivan W.C. & Chang, C. Y.. 7 Mental Health and the Built Environment.
      Making Healthy Places: Designing and Building for Health, Well-Being, and
      Sustainability. Island Press, Washington, DC.. 2011: 106-116.

       Conference Paper since 2011

      1. 張俊彥(2016)。健康@綠色都市與農業 。綠色發展綠壇-河南綠州 ,河南鄭州。

          Chang, C. Y. (2016). Health @Green Urban and Agriculture. Green Development, Honan Zhengzhou, China.

        1. 張俊彥(2016)。康復景觀研究索引圖-跨領域的景觀與健康研究。2016园艺疗法与康复景观年会,重慶。

            Chang, C. Y. (2016). Map for Understanding Natural Landscapes Impact on Human Health. 2016 Conference of Horticulture Therapy and Healing Garden . Chongqing, China.

          1. Chang, C. Y. (2016). Health Landscape Health People. 2016 Conference of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
          2. Chang, C. Y (2016). A Landscape Ecological Approach on the Therapeutic Landscape Planning. 2016International Symposium & The 1th Convention of International Association for Nature and Forest Welfare, Korea.
          3. Chang, C. Y (2016). Map for Understanding Natural Landscapes Impact on Human Health. 2016 International Conference of Horticulture Therapy and Healing Gardening, Guangzhou, China.
          4. Chang, C. Y. (2015). Benefits of natural landscapes - a framework. The 46th EDRA.
          5. Huang, C. Y., Chang, C. Y (2015). An fMRI study of Brain Response of Landscape Designers’ Spatial Recognition. The 46th EDRA.
          6. Tang, I. C., Chang, C. Y. (2015). A review of the brain responses associated with different environmental stimuli. The 46th EDRA.
          7. Tsai, Y. P., Chang, C. Y. (2015). Neural Correlates of Landscape Design Creativity: An fMRI study. The 46th EDRA.
          8. Chang, C. Y. (2014). A Framework for Landscaping and Health Studies. The 1st International Conference on Horticultural Therapy and Therapeutic Landscaping.
          9. Chang, C. Y., Chang, Y. T., & Sullivan, W. C. (2014). Investigating Local Ecosystem: An Approach for the General Public. Urbio 2014.
          10. Chang, C. Y., Lin, Y. J., & Chen, J. L. (2014). Effect of Viewing Natural Landscape on Brain Region Activities. 29th International Horticultural Congress.
          11. Chou, W. Y. & Chang, C. Y. (2014). The influence of urban landscape structure on microclimate and users’ health responses. rbio 2014.
          12. Sullivan, W. C. & Chang, C. Y. (2014). Inappropriate versus inconsistent land use: their effect on water quality. Poster presented at Urbio 2014.
          13. Tang, I. C. & Chang, C. Y. (2014). Perceptual Evaluations of Green Infrastructures with Varying Degrees of Naturalness: the Role of Individual Connection to Nature. Urbio 2014.
          14. Weng, P. Y., Chiang, Y. C., & Chiang, C. Y. (2014). Relative influences of physical environments attitudes, and self-reported health correlates of walking. The EDRA45 New Orleans conference committee 2014.
          15. Weng, P. Y., Chiang, Y. C., & Chiang, C. Y. (2014). Pattern Does Matters: the Effect of Landscape Structure on City Resident’s Health. Urbio 2014.
          16. Hsiao, M. C. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). Influences of Plants' Motion on Landscape Preference, Attention Recovery and Affective Response. Poster presented at Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          17. Hung, S. H. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). Relationships among Flow Experience, Qi Experience, Attention Restoration and Preference. Poster presented at Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          18. Liao, C. F. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). The Effect of Sound of Water on Human Physiological Responses. Poster presented at Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          19. Lin, Y. H. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). A Synthetically Process to Evaluate the Agritourism Landscape in Taiwan. Poster presented at Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          20. Lin, Y. J. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). Effects of Landscape on Psychological Response and Brain Region Activity. Poster presented at Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          21. Lin, Y. T. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). The Relationship Between a Plant’s Traits, a Plant’s Taste and Function, and Feng Shui. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          22. Sullivan, W. C. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). A Dose of Nature: Landscapes and Public Health. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          23. Tung, C. F. & Chang, C. Y. (2013). The Case Studies of Treatment Effect of Horticultural Therapy Activities on Dementia Patients. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2013.
          24. Chang, Y. Y. & Chang, C. Y. (2012). Exploring the Beneficial Effects of Gardening for children. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2012.
          25. Ho, Y. H., Sullivan, W. C. & Chang, C. Y. (2012). Psychological and Physiological Responses to Various Landscape Types: A Comparison of Cultural Differences. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2012.
          26. Hsiang, C.H. & Chang, C. Y. (2012). A Case Study of the Psychological Effect of Gardening on Older Adults. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2012.
          27. Lin, Y. Y., Peng, S. F. & Chang, C. Y. (2012). Is “green” the best answer? Restorative experiences and psychophysiological responses between mountain and sea landscape. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2012.
          28. Yu, H. L., Lin, Y. H., & Chang, C. Y. (2012). The dose of viewing nature on physiological and psychological benefits. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference 2012.
          29. Chang, C. Y., Chang, Y. Y., & Ho, Y. H. (2011). The effect of landscape ecological structures on the psycho-physiological responses: a cross cultural study. Scales of Nature 48th IFLA World Congress.
          30. Chang, C. Y., Lin, Y. H., Chang, Y. T., & Lee, T. W. (2011). Agrotourism Landscapes in the Rural Areas of Taiwan. . IFLA APR Cultural Landscape Committee.
          31. Chang, Y. Y. & Chang, C. Y. (2011). Design guidelines of outdoor therapeutic environments for children with autism. The 42th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association.
          32. Chou, W. Y., Chang, C. Y. & Sullivan, W. C. (2011). Environmental qi field qualities of different landscape structures. The International Federation of Landscape Architects Asia Pacific Regional Congress 2011.
          33. Chou, W. Y., Chang, C. Y., & Chen, K. H. (2011). An evaluation of healthy environment with qi for qigong practitioners. Scales of Nature 48th IFLA World Congress.
          34. Su, W. C., Chang, Y. T., & Chang, C. Y. (2011). The appropriate scales to study bird and butterfly biodiversity in Taiwan rural areas. The 8th IALE World Congress.
          35. Tang, I. C., Chang, C. Y. & Sullivan, W. C. (2011). With different eyes: effects of individual’s connection with nature on perceiving environmental information. The 42th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association.
          36. Weng, P. Y., & Chang, C. Y (2011). Comparing and examining of physical activity and human health in different urban green space. 42nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association.
          37. Li-Chih Ho, Chun-Yen Chang, Chien-Chung Chen (2011). The image characteristics for perceived naturalness. The 7th Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision (APCV).
          38. Tang, I. C. & Chang, C. Y. (2011). Our relationship with nature: engaging with and psychological restoration in nature. The International Federation of Landscape Architects Asia Pacific Regional Congress 2011.