Environment and Behavior (EAB) examines relationships between human behavior and the natural and built environment. Diverse research topics include environmental experiences (e.g., restorativeness, place attachment/identity, environmental perception/cognition); environmental outcomes (e.g., pro-environmental behaviors such as recycling; health-supportive environments; design preferences); and processes linking environments and behaviors that support or thwart human well-being.This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
Marine litter undermines benefits of coastal environments
Marine litter can undermine the psychological benefits of coastal environments, a study has shown.
Apartment dwellers more likely to fear crime in their neighbourhood but feel safer at home than those in detached homes
Do you feel safe at home by yourself at night? Depends where you live. According to a new study by Professor Heather Rollwagen, apartment dwellers are three times more likely to feel safe inside their home if they are alone, ...
Greenhouse gas policies ignoring gap in household incomes, study says
Government policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from consumers need to be fairer for household income levels, says a University of Alberta researcher.