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DLM 310: Your Brain on Nature

This course guide is a compilation of resources specific to DLM 310: Your Brain on Nature.




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Enviornmental Psychology

Environmental Psychology Defined:

Branch of Psychology that studies the relationship between variables and behavior, including manipulation of one by the other.

                                                                                                                                                             -Scope Note from APA PsycINFO 

The study of psychological aspects and effects of the physical surroundings, including especially the built environment, in which people live and work.

-From Oxford Reference Online

Currently Trending in Environmental Psychology

Journal of Environmental Psychology

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Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology

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Annual Review of Environment and Resources

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