TO A COMPREHENSIVE THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY iv

@inproceedings{Montello2007TOAC,
  title={TO A COMPREHENSIVE THEORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY iv},
  author={Daniel R. Montello},
  year={2007}
}
The study of the interrelationships of human mind and behavior with the physical environment may be referred to as “environmental psychology” (or “behavioral geography,” “the psychology of space and place,” etc.). In my talk, I review elements of a comprehensive theory of environmental psychology. The theoretical framework of space syntax holds promise as an important contributor to this comprehensive theory, especially when combined with the analysis of isovists. It provides a rich and diverse… CONTINUE READING
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