Further Recommended Readings

In addition to the excerpted selections in print in the The People, Place, and Space Reader, and the recommended reading lists given under each of the topic’s introductions, we have invited a series of academic experts in the field of environmental psychology to create Further Recommended Reading lists on their areas of expertise. These scholars are social and developmental psychologists, geographers, architects, designers, policy makers, anthropologists, and sociologists. We encourage you to expand your knowledge of people, place, and space through these further reading lists, ranging on topics from public art to housing, from food security to children’s everyday environments, from health to nature, and from sexuality to wayfinding.

The following reading lists are made available by the authors indicated:

We aim to include as many open access (OA) readings as possible in order to support a public space for sharing knowledge.

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