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Perception of weather's causal influence was examined. Using a revised model of the attributional process, predicted that the weather's perceived influence would be greater for observers than for actors, for affective states than for behaviors, for negative affective states and behavior than for...
This study evaluates two theories of poverty, one which asserts that poverty and the behavior of the poor are explained by such situational variables as occupation, status, and income and the other which explains poverty in terms of personality traits associated with the so-called Culture of...
One potentially significant yet little investigated criterion for postoccupancy evaluation is the "legibility" of a setting—the degree to which a building facilitates the ability of users to find their way within it. The present study evaluated the legibility of a sample of ten university...
This study investigated the relationship between living in crowded dormitory conditions and values and expectancies of privacy in 51 entering college freshmen. Aggression, withdrawal, and attitudes toward the environment and toward roommates were assessed. Results indicated that crowded living...
An observational and survey study is undertaken to observe how members of a townhouse cooperative seek to reduce collective choice dilemmas. So long as individuals perceive that it is costless to take from the collectivity while someone else is contributing, such dilemmas will arise. At the...
This article reports the findings of an experiment designed to test whether it is possible to manipulate citizens' evaluations of environmental quality standards. The results of the experiment suggest that various authority sources, especially Ralph Nader for the sample employed in the...
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