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ERIC Number: ED031912
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Oct
Pages: 145
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Man's Response to the Physical Environment.
Kates, R.W., Ed.; Wohlwill, J.F., Ed.
Journal of Social Issues, v22 n4 October 1966
Architects, psychologists, geographers, and biologists discuss the impact of the physical environment on man, and his adaptation to it. Article titles are as follows--(1) Galloping Technology, A New Social Disease, (2) Stimulus and Symbol: The View from the Bridge, (3) The Physical Environment: A Problem for a Psychology of Stimulation, (4) Psychological Aspects of Urbanology, (5) The Role of Space in Animal Sociology, (6) Man's Proximate Environment, (7) Variable Values in Space Landscape: An Inquiry into the Nature of Environmental Necessity, (8) The Role of Attitude in Response to Environmental Stress, (9) Migration as an Adjustment to Environmentaal Stress, (10) Site Planning and Social Behavior, (11) The Contribution of Environmental Research to Wilderness Policy Decisions, and (12) Architectural Programing and Human Behavior. Biographical sketches of each author and abstracts of each article are included. (TC)
Journal of Social Issues, Heffernan Press, Inc., 35 New St., Worcester, Mass.
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