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  • Neild Jill; Paylor Ian (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1996-11-01)
    This article draws on and adds to the criminological debate surrounding the link between crime and immediate environmental conditions. The article describes and offers analysis of a piece of research conducted by one of ...
  • Cooper Matthew; Rodman Margaret C. (Sage Publications, 1994-01-01)
    The major objectives of this 1991 study of Canadian nonprofit housing cooperatives were to investigate how differences in design and the variable ability of residents, especially people with disabilities, to control important ...
  • Неизвестный автор (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1987-03-01)
  • Rubenstein Rosalyn; Paradis Andrea; Munro Leslie (Sage Publications, 1993-11-01)
    A descriptive visitor study was completed that systematically evaluated visitor response to a traveling exhibition at four settings across Canada. To allow direct comparisons, the same methods and procedures were used at ...
  • Altman Irwin (Sage Publications, 1976-03-01)
  • D'Alessio Stewart; StolzenBerg Lisa (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1990-03-01)
    The role of the physical and social environment as a catalyst for criminal activity has become prominent in recent years as an issue deserving scholarly attention. More specifically, several scholars have investigated the ...
  • Yang Byoung-E; Brown Terry J. (Sage Publications, 1992-07-01)
    Visual preferences for various landscapes have been of long-standing interest to researchers. However, the direct relationship of landscape style with preference as well as cross-cultural comparison of preferences between ...
  • Newell Patricia Brierley (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1997-07-01)
    Subjects from Senegal, Ireland, and the United States were asked (a) to identify their favorite place and (b) to give the reason it was chosen. The purpose was to see whether people from different cultures share a preference ...
  • Geller E. Scott (Sage Publications, 1995-03-01)
    Perspectives from behavior-based psychology (behaviorism) and person-based psychology (humanism) are integrated to summarize ways to protect the environment. Community-based interventions are needed to decrease ...
  • Brail Richard K.; Chapin F. Stuart (Sage Publications, 1973-06-01)
  • Heerwagen Judith H.; Orians Gordon H. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1986-09-01)
    This research examines the use of visual material to decorate windowed and windowless offices. Three hypotheses were tested: (1) Occupants of windowless offices should put up more visual materials than do occupants of ...
  • Koenig Daniel J. (Sage Publications, 1975-12-01)
  • Preston Valerie; Taylor S. Martin; Hodge David C. (SAGE Publications, INC., 1983-03-01)
    Human adjustments to natural and technological hazards were examined using questionnaire data provided by a sample of residents on the Beach Strip in Hamilton, Ontario. This area is exposed to five hazards: flooding, severe ...
  • Williamson Robert C. (Sage Publications, 1981-05-01)
    The study concerns interviews with a German sample of 430 residents of highrise complexes (with comparison with 166 nonhighrise residents). The data were analyzed primarily according to social backgrounds such as social ...
  • Pennartz Paul J. J.; Elsinga Marja G. (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1990-09-01)
    The main objective of this article is to contribute to theory development and methodology with respect to perceptual schemes and their influence on judgment and evaluation of the urban environment. Three groups-comprising ...
  • Nasar Jack L. (SAGE Publications, INC., 1983-09-01)
    A set of 18 adjective descriptors of visual attributes in the environment were given to design professionals to assess 60 residential scenes. In a factor analysis of these data, four factors Diversity, Nuisances, Enclosure ...
  • Stamps Arthur; Miller Sandra (Sage Publications, 1993-09-01)
    Because advocacy planning and use of design guidelines are so prevalent, it is becoming important to ascertain how well each method can predict environmental quality. This article describes two experiments, covering 59 ...
  • Shafer Elwood L.; Mietz James (Sage Publications, 1969-12-01)
  • Kaplan Stephen (SAGE PUBLICATIONS, INC., 1987-01-01)
    Scenes of the outdoor physical environment vary substantially in the extent to which they are preferred. Variables empirically found to predict preference can be analyzed both in terms of their information-processing ...
  • Sheets Virgil L.; Manzer Chris D. (Sage Publications, 1991-05-01)
    Two studies explored cognitive and affective reactions to vegetation in urban settings. In Study 1, subjects viewed a line drawing of an urban street with or without the presence of vegetation (trees & shrubs). The addition ...