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Handbook of Environmental Psychology - Daniel Stokols (Editor); Irwin Altman (Editor)
Call Number: 155.9 H1912
ISBN: 0471866318
Publication Date: 1987-05-08
Location: Architecture & Art Reference [non-circulating]

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Handbook of Environmental Psychology - Robert B. Bechtel (Editor); Arza Churchman (Editor)
Call Number: Q. 155.9 H1913
ISBN: 0471405949
Publication Date: 2002-03-07
Location: SSHEL Oversize and SSHEL Reference Circulating

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Directions in Person-Environment Research and Practice - Jack L. Nasar; Wolfgang F. E. Presiser (Editor)
Call Number: 720.103 D628
ISBN: 1840141786
Publication Date: 1999-05-01
Location: Main Stacks

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The Oxford Handbook of Environmental and Conservation Psychology - Susan D. Clayton (Editor)
Call Number: BF353.5.N37 O94 2012
ISBN: 9780199733026
Publication Date: 2012-09-28
Location: SSHEL

Table of Contents:

Introduction: environmental and conservation Psychology -- PART ONE: THINKING ABOUT ENVIRONMENTS -- Foundations of an ecological approach to psychology -- Environmental perception: wayfinding and spatial cognition -- Environmental attitudes -- Environmental values -- Justice and the allocation of natural resources: current concepts and future directions -- Children and nature -- Emotions and environment -- Place attachment -- Environment and identity -- Cultural differences in environmental engagement -- PART TWO: SPECIFIC ENVIRONMENTS -- Cities -- Residential places and neighborhoods: toward healthy life, social integration, and reputable residence -- Work environments -- School environments -- Health care environments -- Correctional environments -- Natural landscapes -- Extreme and unusual environments: challenges and responses -- PART THREE: ENVIRONMENTS AND HUMAN WELL-BEING -- Noise -- Response to environmental disasters -- Environmental injustice, collaboration action -- Therapeutic uses of nature -- Restorative environments -- Healthy physical activity and eating: environmental supports for health -- Environmental epiphanies: theoretical foundations and practical applications -- The natural environment in residential settings: influences on human health and function -- PART FOUR: A SUSTAINABLE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMANS AND NATURE -- The development of conservation behaviors in childhood and youth -- Promoting pro-environmental behavior -- Protecting natural resources: psychological and contextual determinants of freshwater conservation -- Collaborative processes in ecosystem management -- Learning our way out of unsustainability: the role of environmental education -- Psychology and climate change: beliefs, impacts, and human contributions -- PART FIVE: CONCLUSION -- Conclusions: directions for the future -- Index.

1 Introduction: Environmental and Conservation Psychology
Part One: Thinking about Environments
2 Foundations of an Ecological Approach to Psychology
3 Environmental Perception: Wayfinding and Spatial Cognition
4 Environmental Attitudes
5 Environmental Values
6 Justice and the Allocation of Natural Resources: Current Concepts and Future Directions
7 Children and Nature
8 Emotions and Environment
9 Place Attachment
10 Environment and Identity
11 Cultural Differences in Environmental Engagement
Part Two: Specific Environments
12 Cities
13 Residential Places and Neighborhoods: Towards Healthy Life, Social Integration, and Reputable Residence
14 Work Environments
15 School Environments
16 Healthcare Environments
17 Correctional Environments
18 Natural Landscapes
19 Extreme and Unusual Environments: Challenges and Responses
Part Three: Environments and Human Well-being
20 Noise
21 Response to Environmental Disasters
22 Therapeutic Uses of Nature
23 Restorative Environments
24 Healthy Physical Activity and Eating: Environmental Supports for Health
25 Environmental Epiphanies: Theoretical Foundations and Practical Applications
26 The Natural Environment in Residential Settings: Influences on Human Health and Function
27 The Development of Conservation Behaviors in Childhood and Youth
28 Promoting Proenvironmental Behavior
Part Four: A Sustainable Relationship Between Humans and Nature
29 Protecting Natural Resources: Psychological and Contextual Determinants of Freshwater Conservation
Collaborative Processes in Ecosystem Management
Learning Our Way Out of Un-sustainability: The Role of Environmental Education
Psychology and Climate Change: Beliefs, Impacts, and Human Contributions
Conclusion
Conclusions: Directions for the Future

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