Covering the full spectrum of methodology, the timely and indispensible Research Methods for Environmental surveys the research and application methods for studying, changing, and improving human attitudes, behaviour and well-being in relation to the physical environment.
- The first new book covering research methods in environmental psychology in over 25 years. Brings the subject completely up-to-date with coverage of the latest methodology in the field
- The level of public concern over the impact of the environment on humans is high, making this book timely and of real interest to a fast growing discipline
- Comprehensively surveys the research and application methods for studying, changing, and improving human attitudes, behavior, and well-being in relation to the physical environment
- Robert Gifford is internationally recognised as one of the leading individuals in this field, and the contributors include many of the major leaders in the discipline
About the Author:
Robert Gifford is Professor of Psychology and Environmental Studies at the University of Victoria, Canada. Dr. Gifford is the author of over 120 refereed publications and book chapters and five editions of the textbook Environmental Psychology: Principles and Practice (5th edition, 2014). As well as being the editor of the Journal of Environmental Psychology, he serves on the editorial board of Applied Psychology, Architectural Science Review, and Global Environmental Change.