82:282 Environmental Psychology [McKenzie]

Prerequisites: 82:160.

Lectures and seminar periods devoted to the examination of the influence of environment upon individual perception and behavior. Topics will include a consideration of the effects of diverse environmental variables ranging from socioeconomic status, cultural and linguistic influences, to the physical design of buildings. An attempt will be made to relate these multiple influences on the perception of and the adaptation to the environment within a meaningful, theoretical framework. Current research in this rapidly developing field will be examined in depth.

Lectures and seminar periods.

Transfer Equivalents: Look up 82:282 in the BU Course Transfer Database.

Instructor: Tammy McKenzie