‘Psychology & Sustainable Construction’: (Searching the gap between psychology and construction for a sustainable built environment).
1) Human Agency: Building and behaviour
- Understanding the impact of basic behavioural built environments
- Behavioural strategies in the development and use of built facilities
- Creating an ergonomic environment: meeting users’ requirements in building facilities
- Fit for human residence: Confronting dystopian built environments
- Building for people and their needs: what people like and dislike
- Behavioural economics
2) A room with a View: Landscape and perception
- Caught between Fear and Desire: The psychology of green belts and development.
- Landscapes and society: perceptions of space and landscape.
- The cost of sustainability in developing the environment
- Sprouting prefabs: perceptions of prefabs as barriers to the acceptability and growth of offsite production.
- Mindcrafts: Impacts of technology on built facilities usage
- The dynamism and sustainability of learning spaces
- The impacts of interior design on user needs
4) Minding the gap: Interdisciplinary approaches
- A multi-disciplinary approach to developing the built environment research
- The psychologist in construction
- Environmental psychology
- Learning from and with other disciplines: Education in the built Environment
- Thinking space: developing theoretical and critical analysis in Built Environment Educational programmes
5) Across & within the foregoing four
- Pedagogy aspects
- Case studies
- Conceptual frameworks