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“…It was South East Asia that made me into an environmental psychologist, making me aware of the importance of the physical environment in explaining behaviour.”
Emeritus Professor Christopher Peter Spencer, co-founder, Journal of Environmental Psychology.
“…there is still a need for more outlets for the interesting and important research that is currently being undertaken in environment-behaviour relationships in general and in particular, which involves Asians not only in Asia but also those living in non-Asian countries with a focus on the non-spatial context.”
“If we are to take the view that environmental behaviour research should become more inclusive and integrative, then it cannot afford to exclude two-thirds of the world’s population.”
Professor David L. Uzzell, Past-President, International Association for People-Environment Studies (IAPS).