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Environmental Psychology

A view of research and practice in environmental psychology, this text explains the complex nature of person-environment interaction, and each chapter offers several real-life design applications based on research in the field.

Author: Robert Gifford
Pages: 532 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 29.39 Mb
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