The book series Advances in People-Environment Studies, published in collaboration with the International Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS; www.iaps-association.org), is a timely initiative to provide researchers with up-to-date reviews and commentaries on the diverse areas of people-environment studies that are of current concern. The series will focus on significant and currently debated themes. The books will be interdisciplinary, drawing on expert authors from the social, environmental, and design disciplines, especially those who are working at the interface between the design (e.g., architects, landscape planners, urban designers, urban planners) and the social sciences (e.g., environmental psychologists, sociologists, geographers). Each volume will report on the latest research and applications of research in the field. The series is meant to provide a bridge, not only between disciplines but also between cultures. The authors and contributors will come from many different countries and will be undertaking research and practicing in culturally diverse environments. Books in the series are therefore a precious source for those who want to know what is going on in a specific field elsewhere and to find ideas and inspiration for their own work.
About the series editors:
Gabriel Moser†, PhD, was Professor at the CNRS Laboratory of Environmental Psychology UMR 8069, Paris-Descartes University, and Past-President of the International Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS).
David Uzzell, PhD, FBPsS, FRSA, is Professor of Environmental Psychology at the University of Surrey, and a Past-President of the International Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS)]]