Daniel Stokols 1 Program in Social Ecology, University of California, Irvine, California 92717 At a time when environmentalists and economists are proclaiming that "small is beautiful" (383, 398), the research literature on human behavior in relation to its environmental settings continues to expand at a staggering rate. The rapid expanÂ sion of environmental psychology can be gauged by the diversity and sheer quantity of publications that have appeared since Kenneth Craik's 1973 review of this area in the present series (92). During the past 5 years (from early 1972 through early 1977),no fewer than ten text books (13,72,151,194,214,271,306,307a,344,372) and six edited readers (160, 210, 320, 352, 360, 400) were published, all of which pertain to the interface between human behavior and the sociophysical environment. In addition, two multiple volume series designed to communicate significant theoÂ retical and methodological advances in the field (15,16,41) were established, while more than 30 "state of the art" monographs and edited volumes on specific topics within the environment-and-behavior area appeared (5, 18, 33, 39, 42, 82, 89, 96, 102,115,116,135,157,172,176,179,212, 259,264,276,304,305, 307, 315, 318, 324,388,389,408,415,426,433,443,453,490,494). Also during the same period, numerous reviews and programmatic analyses of environmental psychology were published in existing psychological, sociological,
Annual Review of Psychology – Annual Reviews
Published: Feb 1, 1978
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