Most basic level: studies of fundamental psychological processes like perception, cognition, attitudes, and personality as they filter and structure our experiences of the physical environment.
Second: management of social space: interpersonal distancing, territoriality, crowding, and privacy.
Third: physical setting aspects of our transactions with complex everyday physical settings - workplaces, schools, residences, urban places, place attachment, our relationship with nature, sustainability, climate change, and the psychology of environmental design and architecture.
2nd EditionDavid G Myers
6th EditionSpencer A. Rathus
13th EditionMichael R Solomon
3rd EditionC. Nathan DeWall, David G Myers