April 11, 2017
Since one of the main reasons people visit this blog is to learn about environmental psychology and getting resources to delve further into the field, many readers might find it interesting to learn about applying for Environmental psychology PhD programs from someone who recently experienced it first-hand.
Tuvshinzaya Amarzaya, a recent Psychology B.A. graduate and a Watson Fellow from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, has been applying for PhD programs in environmental psychology all over the world during the past few months. She has some insights to share with us.
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October 27, 2012
Building a pre-planned city is as close as we came to creating a world of our dreams. Or somebody’s dreams, anyway. That’s why I see those places as very stimulating for environmental psychologists. It makes you wonder how people respond to such environments. At first glance, the wholeness of a single vision transferred into reality is just impressive. One can assume that pre-planned communities feel very comforting and safe due to their high levels of order, coherence and predictability.
Masdar City, UAE; photo by iied.org
Take a look at some of the futuristic dreams coming true at the moment – Tianjin in China, the zero-carbon, zero-waste Masdar in United Arab Emirates, or few others from all over the world. Not surprisingly, emphasis on sustainability is the key feature in all cities of the future mentioned above – green is a must at the moment. With good reason.
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