Archive for July, 2012

July 10, 2012

Great Places to Get a PhD in Environmental Psychology: #1 Tradition

Needless to say to those who, like me, wish to pursue a doctoral study in it, environmental psychology is an interdisciplinary field dealing with relations between humans and their environment. Its core idea is that where something happens matters, in a way that the environment influences how people feel and think and what they do. So, if you’re about to make a decision about getting a PhD in EnvPsych, you may want to make a choice consistent with the discipline by considering carefully where you’ll study it.

A look at people and their environment – natural, built and social; Slope day at Cornell University; photo by foreverdigital

It’s important to note that the environment can be defined very broadly, including  natural environments, built environments and social settings. Also, learning environments and informational environments are especially interesting in this context.

I decided to write a series of posts on some great places to get a PhD in environmental psychology by the following criteria:

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