Units: 1.5, formerly 3, Hours: 3-1
Human interaction with the physical environment from a psychological perspective. Topics include environmental perception, cognition, and assessment; personality and environment; the dynamics of social space; the effects of temperature, sound, light and spatial arrangements in neighbourhoods, homes, schools and workplaces; mutual influences of individuals and the natural environment, the design of buildings, and resource management.
Prerequisites: 201 or registration in Environmental Studies.
Undergraduate course in Psychology offered by the Department of Psychology in the Faculty of Social Sciences.