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Commonalities and Differences in Environmental Response

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  • Design
  • Ecology
  • Geography


Evaluation of environmental settings plays n important role in determining behavior in those settings. What are the environmental features which influence evaluation? Do groups differ in these evaluations? Answers to these questions can inform decisions in design and planning. Participants in this symposium examine environmental perception and preference. In particular, they examine commonalities and differences across groups in their response to environmental settings. Special attention is given to architect and non architect responses to the environment.

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