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STUDYING THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH HUMANS PURSUE ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP


Environmental psychology examines the interrelationship between environments and human behavior. The term environment is broadly defined to include natural, built, social, and informational settings. The field retains a broad and inherently multidisciplinary focus. Recognizing the need to be problem-oriented, it uses, as needed, the theories and methods of related fields (e.g., psychology, sociology, anthropology, social work, planning, design, landscape architecture).


Extended environmental psychology definition
Environmental Psychology Laboratory
School for Environment and Sustainability
University of Michigan
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