Conceptualizing the context of environment and behavior

@inproceedings{Clitheroe1998ConceptualizingTC,
  title={Conceptualizing the context of environment and behavior},
  author={H. C. ‘chip’ Clitheroe and Daniel Stokols and Mary Zmuidzinas},
  year={1998}
}
Rapid technological change, global environmental concerns, and other dramatic ecological and societal changes are rendering previous conceptualizations of environments, and the relationships between environment and behavior, inadequate. Following a brief review of earlier conceptualizations of environments, distinctions between the terms context, environment, behavior setting and situation are drawn. A contextual model that focuses on the behaviors of individuals or groups in response to a… CONTINUE READING

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