Snake River Correctional Institution
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Nature videos calm prisoners at Oregon correctional facility, study shows

Snake River Correctional Institution

Researcher Nalini Nadkarni consults with officers at the Snake River Correctional Institution to clarify prison security protocols during the study.

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Snake River Correctional Institution

Officers in the solitary confinement cellblock at the Snake River Correctional Institution prepare to accompany an inmate to the exercise room where nature videos are projected in the Blue Room.

 (Benjamin Drummond)
Snake River Correctional Institution

An inmate stands in the Blue Room of the solitary confinement cellblock during a study at the Snake River Correctional Institution.

 (Benjamin Drummond)
Snake River Correctional Institution

Researchers Nalini Nadkarni, left, and Patricia Hasbach sit in the control room of the solitary confinement cellblock preparing for interviews with inmates.

 (Benjamin Drummond)
Snake River Correctional Institution

The solitary confinement cellblock of the Snake River Correctional Institution is inside the Intensive Management Unit at the Oregon prison.

 (Benjamin Drummond)
Snake River Correctional Institution

Nature videos are projected in the exercise room of the solitary confinement cellblock during the study.

 (Benjamin Drummond)
Snake River Correctional Institution

Researcher Nalini Nadkarni, right, shows images of different nature habitats to an inmate to determine which are the most calming.

 (Benjamin Drummond)
Snake River Correctional Institution

Inmates may choose videos from a list of titles in the solitary confinement cellblock during the study at Snake River Correctional Institution.

 (Benjamin Drummond)
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