Psychology In Practice: Environment

Paperback | December 15, 2003

byKaron Oliver

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Psychology in Practice is the definitive six-part series on the practical applications of psychology to areas of everyday life, overcoming crime, education, health, sport organizations and the environment. Each book in the series examines one unit of the Applications of Psychology section ofthe OCR Syllabus. The social, political and human issues of how e live and interact are integral to the development of modern society. As the world population increases, questions of urban planning, renewal and housing design have become vitally important. IPsychology in Practice: Environmentoffers a unique insight into a range of social and environmental issues including the psychology of collective behavior, crowding and personal space, architecture, climate and environmental cognition.

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Psychology in Practice is the definitive six-part series on the practical applications of psychology to areas of everyday life, overcoming crime, education, health, sport organizations and the environment. Each book in the series examines one unit of the Applications of Psychology section ofthe OCR Syllabus. The social, political and ...

Karon Oliver is Chair of the Association of Teachers of Psychology.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:250 pages, 5.12 × 9.25 × 0.07 inPublished:December 15, 2003Publisher:ArnoldLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0340844957

ISBN - 13:9780340844953

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. Environmental stress -- noise2. Climate and weather3. Density and crowding4. Crowds and collective behaviour5. Environmental disaster and technological catastrophe6. Personal space and territory7. Architecture and behaviour8. Environmental cognitionReferencesIndex