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Things and Places: The Meaning of the Physical Environment from an Environmental Psychology and Environmental Communication Perspective

Dúll, Andrea (2020) Things and Places: The Meaning of the Physical Environment from an Environmental Psychology and Environmental Communication Perspective. In: Mental Mapping. The Science of Orientation. New Approaches to Location – Spatial Patterns of the Global Economy Conference. Schenk Verlag, Passau, pp. 35-48. . ISBN 978-3-944850-78-8 DOI https://doi.org/10.14267/978-3-944850-78-8_3

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Abstract

According to environmental psychology, in the process of behaviour physical environment is man’s companion, equal partner, which, together with the internal psychological processes and in interaction (transaction) with these, partakes in the behavioural process. This standpoint makes it possible to raise quite a few questions, psychological in nature, about humans acting in a built/physical and natural environment, starting from this psychologically unusual set-off. These questions can (or for the most part can) be answered with psychological tools – “only” the man-environment transaction must be taken seriously, both from theoretical and practical perspective.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:environmental psychology, orientation, psychological mappings, environmental perception
Subjects:Geography
Media and communication
Psychology
DOI:https://doi.org/10.14267/978-3-944850-78-8_3
ID Code:5119
Deposited By: Ádám Hoffmann
Deposited On:20 May 2020 09:07
Last Modified:20 May 2020 09:07

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