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A munkahelyhez kötődés konstruktumá­nak vizsgálata

Elméleti megfontolások egy tranzakcionális helykutatáshoz

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Andrea Dúll and Katalin Tauszik

2003 14 SUNDSTROM, E. (1987) Work environments: Offices and factories. In Stokols, D., Altman, I. (eds) Handbook of environmental psychology. 733-782. Wiley & Sons, New York

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Linear sight analysis is a relatively new method to represent and evaluate interior townscapes along a route. It has been conducted recently by video techniques, but a concise theory and adequate methodology is lacking to cover the complexity of the built environment including people living in it, the natural and cultural background, the spirit of the place and the role of the observer being part of the scene. This research reviews the perspectives of the new concept of urban landscape and recent theoretical approaches including the new science called Promenadology or Strollology that the German call Spaziergangswissenschaft. This paper attempts to demonstrate some research directions and theoretical frameworks as integral parts of the new research field, whilst also indicating its practical outcomes.

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Heimstra, N. W., McFarling, L. H. (1974) Environmental psychology. Brooks/Cole Publ. Comp., Monterey Environmental psychology. Stokols, D

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Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Andrea Dúll and Ágnes Szokolszky

the basis of psychiatric ward design. In Proshansky, H. M., Ittelson, W. H., Rivlin, L. G. (eds) Environmental psychology: Man and his physical setting. 560-569. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., New York

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„Érezd magad otthon!”

Az otthonhoz fűződő viszony projektív, környezetpszichológiai szempontú vizsgálata

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Viola Sallay and Andrea Dúll

179 KORPELA, K. M. (1989) Place-identity as a product of environmental self-regulation. Journal of Environmental Psychology , 9 , 241-256. Place-identity as a

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Place Identification: Dimensionality and Predictors of Intrapersonal-Level Place Preferences . Journal of Environmental Psychology , 30 ( 1 ), 23 – 34 . Dúll A

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BELL, P. A., FISHER, J. D., BAUM, A., GREEN, T. E. (1990) Pedestrian environments, shopping malls, plazas and crosswalks. In Bell, P. A., Fisher, J. D., Baum, A., Green, T. E. (eds) Environmental psychology

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indoor wayfinding: the role of orientation. Journal of Environmental Psychology , 16, 137-145. Strategies for indoor wayfinding: the role of orientation. Journal of Environmental Psychology

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104 3432 3445 Ouis D. Annoyance from road traffic noise: a review, Journal of Environmental Psychology , Vol. 21, No. 1, 2001, pp. 101

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(Eds), Handbook of Environmental Psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 7 – 40 ). New York : Wiley & Sons . American Psychological Association, Presidential Task Force on Psychology’s Contribution to End Homelessness ( 2010

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