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

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. COUCLEIS, H., GOLLEDGE, N., GALE, N., TOBLER, W. (1987) Exploring the anchor-point hypothesis of spatial cognition. Journal of environmental psychology, 7 , 99-122. Exploring the anchor-point hypothesis of spatial cognition

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1 185 212 Canter, D., Larkin, P. (1993) The environmental range of serial rapists. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 13 , 63

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orientation: A review Journal of Environmental Psychology 24 329 340 . J M Dabbs E

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Environmental Risks: The Role of Ethical and Loss-related Concerns. Journal of Environmental Psychology 24(4): 409–422. Nicolaij S. Temporal Discounting and Environmental Risks: The Role of

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): The human in extreme environments . In: A. Baum , J. E. Singer (eds), Advances in Environmental Psychology. Vol. 4: Environment and Health , Hillside, NJ, Erlbaum, 211 – 236 . 3

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University Press Lalli , M. ( 1992 ). Urban related identity: theory, measurement and empirical findings . Journal of Environmental Psychology , 12 ( 4 ), 285 – 303

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, R. J. — Rossiter, R. J. (1982): Store Atmosphere: An Environmental Psychology Approach, Journal of Retailing , 58(1): 34–57. Rossiter R. J. Store Atmosphere: An Environmental

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178 195 BECK, R. (1967) Spatial meaning and the properties of the environment. In Proshansky, H. M., Ittelson, W. H., Rivlin, L. G., eds (1970) Environmental psychology: Man

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leisure involvement and place attachment on destination loyalty: Evidence from recreationists walking their dogs in urban parks . Journal of Environmental Psychology , 33 , 76 – 85 . Li

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