Environmental psychology : an interdisciplinary perspective

Russell Veitch, Daniel Arkkelin

Intended primarily for courses in Environmental Psychology. Also of interest in Environmental Biology, Environmental Law and Environmental Studies. Explores current issues, empirical research and literature central to the relationship between human behavior and the environment. Written in a conversational tone, and from an interdisciplinary perspective, the authors discuss applications of environmental psychology and strategies for environmental problem-solving.

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  • I. BASIC ISSUES IN PERSON-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS. 1. Introduction to Environmental Psychology. 2. Theories in Environmental Psychology. 3. Research Methods in Environmental Psychology. 4. Environmental Perception, Cognition and Attitudes. II. EFFECTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSORS. 5. Environmental Stress. 6. The Atmospheric Environment I: Temperature, Humidity, Sunshine, Wind and Ion Concentration. 7. The Atmospheric Environment II: Chemical Pollution. 8. Noise: The Ubiquitous Pollutant. 9. Population Density, Urbanization and Crowding. 10. Territoriality, Privacy, and Personal Space. III. APPLICATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. 11. Institutional Design. 12. Residential Design. 13. Environmental Disaster and Technological Catastrophe. 14. People, Environment, and the Future. 15. Applying Psychology to Preserve the Environment.

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書名 Environmental psychology : an interdisciplinary perspective
著作者等 Arkkelin, Daniel
Veitch, Russell
Veitch Russel
出版元 Prentice Hall
刊行年月 c1995
版表示 US ed
ページ数 xiii, 461 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 0132823519
NCID BA24836953
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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