Environmental Design and Human Behavior: A Psychology of the Individual in Society outlines the fundamental principles that govern the concept of environmental design in the context of human behavior. The first part of the text deals with theorecal and historical influences of environmental design, along with the ethical and value context. The selection also covers methods for assessments of environment and interactionists approach to environmental design. The next part details the application of environmental design; this part tackles topics such as environmental design in the classroom; designing an ""ideal"" classroom; and implementation process and personal experience. The book will be of great use to behavioral scientists, sociologists, community health and social workers, and professionals involved in the designing of environment, such as city planners.
Acknowledgments Introduction Part I - Theoretical and Historical Influences Chapter 1 Environmental Design in Perspective: Theoretical Model, General Principled and Historical Context 2 Ethical and Value Contexts 3 Environmental Psychology 4 An Interactions Approach to Environmental Design 5 Methods for Assessments of Environments 6 Environmental Design in Closed Institutions 7 Community Mental Health and Environmental Design Part II - Applications 8 Environmental Design in Action: The Training Program 9 Training and Environmental Design 10 Environmental Design in the Classroom 11 Designing an "Ideal" Classroom 12 Environmental Design in Alternative Societies: Children's Village 13 Environmental Design in Alternative Societies: The People's Republic of China 14 Environmental Design in Practice: Implementation Process and Personal Experience Appendix: Resources in Environmental Design Bibliography Name Index Subject Index About the Contributors
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- © Pergamon 1980
- 1st January 1980
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