I’m a psychologist with a dream of a doctoral study or/and a career in environmental psychology, that is, the study of people-environment relationship. I’m particularly interested in built environment; psychology of architecture and design. It is not very likely that I’ll be pursuing that career any time soon, so I started this blog to keep me motivated on the long run.
I’ll be recording and sharing what I learn about this field, and how I form and change opinions about issues that I find important and interesting. So, I expect to change my mind on some things, and look forward to it, because I expect my attitudes to get more mature as I gain more knowledge.
The researchers who work within this field provide the core of this blog, and I hope that they would benefit from this blog as well. I am especially grateful to those who share their articles in cost-free manner on their web-sites (and will link back to their sites so my readers can get more familiar with their work).
We are very visually oriented when thinking of matters of space, so addition of images to the blog is very valuable to me. I feel grateful to all those individuals who share their images for free and intend to use only creative commons licensed images in a manner specified by their authors.