The degree to which a building facilitates the behaviors for which it was designed.
According to Altman, privacy has two components: _____ and _____.
recover more quickly
According to Ulrich, patients with pleasant views from their hospital windows
Most colleges have a _____ that seeks to coordinate construction and avoid haphazard growth.
post occupancy evaluation
After a building is complete, a _____ can advance design knowledge for future projects.
Design solutions that _____ are "good enough" but not ideal.
Grand design tradition
Commonly used building technique in the past. Ex: Cathedrals
Gap between researchers and designers.
Bonding to the home or neighborhood is called _____ by environmental psychologists.
In terms of building materials, _____ or _____ houses have the highest status.
Kent (1991) found that cultures vary widely in how they divide space in the home, some dividing space for different tasks, some not dividing space.
the likelihood of two individuals coming into contact.
One clear benefit of a sense of community
Public territories are less likely to be issues in _____.
interaction with others
symbols of status
According to Sundstrom, clearly defined office territories are
human factors psychology
Focuses on the human-machine system.
do not affect, worsen
Research shows that windowless classrooms _____ learning and _____ student moods.
are reluctant to ask for help
A common finding in museums and libraries is that users
intrinsically motivated, freedom of choice
Most researchers agree that leisure will be experienced when an individual is _____ and perceives _____.
The effect that determines whether a person's behavior will change due to the fact that they are being watched. *Placebo effect.
The idea of changing a study pattern in museum exhibits: museum fatigue.
Our needs are pitted against those of the larger society.
Each must give up some freedom
Hardin argues that if we want the commons to survive,
individual good-collective bad trap
In Platt's analysis, the commons dilemma is an
A "please recycle" sign and seeing another person recycling are examples of _____.
A sign that says "we frown on those who trample the grass" is an example of _____.
Behavioral change techniques that occur before the target behavior and that are designed to increase the likelihood of favorable acts.
Reinforcement, feedback, and other interventions that occur often the target behavior occurs.