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This book deals with all the major aspects of environmental psychology. It traces historical perspective and scope of environmental psychology and provides the reader with the methodological and theoretical perspective of the field. Going deep into the process of person-environment transactions, it addresses the issues pertaining to human cognition and perception, spatial behaviour, crowding and environmental stress. Also, it discusses the applications of environmental psychology to community problems. As the volume is designed as a textbook, it will be useful for students and researchers. Printed Pages: 390.