Social psychology (psychology)/Lectures/Environmental/Instructor notes

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History[edit | edit source]

  • 2005, James Neill, in Social Psychology
  • 2008, James Neill, in Social Psychology

2008[edit | edit source]

  • A reasonably smooth effort, despite minimal sleep
  • Well-paced, good length, reasonable coverage
  • Did not include/use Application Module D from the textbook because I announced three other PDF readings to students, then later found the Module at the back of the book (I suspect in the 2007 pre-release this module may not yet have been available?). However, I may be better anyway to use the other readings because the content appears to be quite American and because APS requires that (3rd year?) units do not soley rely on textbook readings, but this should have further review/reconsideration in future.
  • Updated some images from 2005
  • 2008 Environmental Psychology
  • Went surprisingly smoothly - 60 slides fitted in well, timing-wise

To do[edit | edit source]

  • Find/add Greenwich Emotion Map video
  • Add outdoor child play video from youtube? (I haven't watched this yet)
  • Add top environmental concerns (find research on this – e.g., Morgan)
  • See note about the textbook readings in 2008
  • Add authorship/website details to notes on first slide
  • Add activities??
  • Add Greenwich Emotion Map
  • Add Defensible Space
  • Add Top environmental concerns
  • Add Risk perceptions
  • planning and design solutions that incorporate green spaces within urban designs that offer those in high density living arrangements a place of escape and restoration (Van den Berg, Hartig & Staats, 2007)?.
  • Healey (2000) quotes that the most densely populated 1% of Australia contains 84% of the population.
  • Healey, J. (2000). Population growth: Issues in society. Balmain: Spinney Press .
  • Van den Berg, A.E., Hartig, T., & Staats, H. (2007). Preference for nature in
  • urbanized societies: Stress, restoration, and the pursuit of sustainability.
  • Journal of Social Issues, 63, 79-96.

Activities?[edit | edit source]

  • Favourite place? Describe it.
  • Sensory pleasures? List them.

Louv video exercept?

~10 minutes for approx. 3 minutes

~15 minutes for research