3 edition of Psychological aspects of housing and the built-environment found in the catalog.
Psychological aspects of housing and the built-environment
|Series||Architecture series--bibliography,, A 1902|
|LC Classifications||Z5943.D7 I45 1987, NA7125 I45 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||87406481|
The design of our built environment affects our health and well-being, and can have long-term implications for quality of life. The publication of Nudge: Improving health, wealth and happiness by Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein in was influential in revealing that behaviour can be strongly influenced by context 1. A series of recommendations highlight the need to recognise the role of housing services as a key support for those living with dementia in the community; the need for people with dementia to have choice in terms of housing; the need for improved access to information and advice on available options: handyperson services; funding availability and that the design of care homes should reflect.
The Built Environment and Mental Health Gary W. Evans ABSTRACT The built environment has direct and indirect effects on mental -rise housing is inimical to the psychological well-being of women with young children. Poor-quality housing appears to . The Impact of the Built Environment on Human Behaviors. social, educational psychological, and health aspects of the population. This is to determine the extent to which the influence between the population and the physical environment exists through the analysis of the specific architectural style of the housing environment, with its Author: Amira Mersal Mahmoud.
Background Most older adults wish to stay at home during their late life years, but physical disabilities and cognitive impairment may force them to face a housing decision. However, they lack relevant information to make informed value-based housing decisions. Consequently, we sought to identify the sets of factors influencing the housing decision-making of older by: This book explores the relationship between built environment and the occurence of mental ill-health. In a coherent and original style, the book begins by providing a broad overview of what is known about the causes of mental ill-health, and discusses the issues that arise when attempting to identify the impact of the environment on mental author examines the role of the environment 4/5(1).
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Get this from a library. Psychological aspects of housing and the built-environment: a bibliography. [Marjorie Inman]. psychological study and purposeful implementation focused on psychological well-being.
As this thesis demonstrates, studying the psychological effects of architectural and interior design is important due to their immense influence on the emotional and psychological well-being of : Natali Ricci.
(shelved 9 times as built-environment) avg rating — 11, ratings — published The Impact of built Environment on human Behaviors educational psychological and health aspects of the population, in order to determine the extent to which the influence between the.
Get this from a library. In dwelling: implacability, exclusion and acceptance. [Peter King] -- "A dwelling is quite clearly a physical entity; it is its structure that keeps us dry, warm and secure. It prevents intrusion by unwanted others and allows us to pursue our own interests in relative. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences3(4): distinctive and under the control and surveillance of occupants of a building, crime was high and residents felt.
There is increasing evidence that the built environment affects mental health. Associations have been found between psychological wellbeing and housing structural attributes [1–3], dwelling level architectural features [4, 5], observable neighbourhood environmental quality [6, 7], access to facilities and green space [8–10], and neighbourhood walkability [11, 12].Cited by: Built environment professionals need to design houses that will allow aging in place or develop solutions that can be applied to existing houses to make them user friendly as the homeowners age.
Berger, S. (): Berger discusses the accommodations made to suite the elderly once moving from their homes. The built environment provides the setting and backdrop by which we live our lives, and impacts on our senses, our emotions, participation in physical activity and community life, our sense of community, and general Size: KB.
Housing and built environment: objective 1 To establish a working partnership with the planning authority in order to ensure community opinion is constantly sought in all aspects of housing development, through the Housing and Built Environment Delivery Group Considerations will include: n Ways in which to ensure wide community representation, andFile Size: KB.
A behavior setting links the effects of the physical environment with behavior patterns of the people using the space. By knowing the activity taking place in the space and how the users will react, the designer can then develop programmatic concepts for the project.
Some behavioral components include proxemics and territoriality. Title page Title Page. Please use this template title page for providing the following information. The title page should include: The name(s) of the author(s) A concise and informative title; The affiliation(s) of the author(s), i.e.
institution, (department), city, (state), country. Health is determined by several factors including genetic inheritance, personal behaviors, access to quality health care, and the general external environment (such as the quality of air, water, and housing conditions). In addition, a growing body of research has documented associations between social and cultural factors and health (Berkman and Kawachi, ; Marmot and Wilkinson, ).Cited by: 6.
Journal of Housing and the Built Environment [In press, accepted ] housing features are not habitually incorporated into mainstream housing, and this context psychological and social aspects of wellness and quality of life, there is a need to develop an all-inclusive environmental conceptual.
Yet the empirical psychological literature says virtually nothing about the roles that homes might play in people’s lives. We argue that homes provide an informative context for a wide variety of studies examining how social, developmental, cognitive, and other psychological processes play out in a consequential real-world by: Pertaining to 'lifestyle theories' of housing, Salama () argues that the relevant theories (Bourdieu, ;Douglas, ;Hojrup, ) are based on different sets of interests under different Author: Ashraf M.
Salama. The paper examines largely the non-engineering aspects of housing in the small (5, km 2, million people) moderately-prosperous two-island Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago. It attempts (i) to examine the problems currently existing and (ii) to to indicate issues inescapably bound up with attempts to solve the housing problem in the.
I'm just beginning my self-study of Environmental Behavior Research as it relates primarily to residential interior and product design. However, I have completed extensive study of architecture, interior design, product design, and working my way through rather academic books on various human centric sciences such as cultural anthropology, evolutionary psychology and Cited by: Psychological aspects of resource management; Its Construction Research Centre is devoted to studying the built environment, primarily from an engineering perspective.
However, it has several environmental psychologists who study how the built environment influences us. architecture and engineering firms, municipal urban planning. play. The built environment affects many of our daily decisions. Whether we walk to work or school, eat frequently at fast-food restaurants, or take our children to parks depends in part on how our neighborhoods are built.
The built environment is multidimensional, and thus presents significant challenges for Size: KB. Defining housing environment. Housing environments have physical, social and psychological attributes (Hartig & Lawrence, ; Kloos, b).For instance, while the physical environment may encompass tangible and observable attributes such as available green space or broken windows, litter and structural damage of buildings, the social and psychological factors encompass the experience Cited by: Social impact of poor housing Introduction This paper is designed to highlight some of the principle findings from the large body of research that has been undertaken on the relationship between poor housing conditions and, respectively, crime, educational .The book shows that the work of thirty-five researchers concerned with the relationship between housing, space and quality of life, in the context of the physical, psychological and social aspects of urban life.
The home is clearly a crucial aspect of the study of housing and by: 7.