Cognitive and Behavioral Adaptations To Perceived Crowding: A Panel Study of Coping and Displacement


This paper uses panel data of boaters at the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore to test the relationship of perceived crowding in 1975 to attitude changes (cognitive coping strategies), and behavioral shifts (intrasite displacement and discontinued participation at the Apostle Islands) in the following decade, based on a hierarchical coping model. Those… (More)


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