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A theoretical and methodological approach to the study of residential satisfaction

Journal of Environmental Psychology

Author: Amerigo, M., Aragones, J. I.
Type: Journal Article
Year: 1997

Abstract:

Presents a theoretical and methodological approach to the study of residential satisfaction, and seeks to give a general view of the relationships established between a person and his/her residential environment. A conceptual framework is presented and supported by various empirical studies which were structured on the basis of the dimensions which represent the activity of the individual with the cognitive, affective, and behavioral environment. A general overview of the state of the art in residential satisfaction is offered. Problems affecting research in this field are discussed. Suggestions are made for future research.


Further Details

Publish Dates: Mar
Full Title: Journal of Environmental Psychology
Pages: 47-57
Volume: 17
Issue: 1
Accession Number: 15.10.03
Research Notes: Electronic copy added 18/09/2013
Keywords: housing improvementcognitivebehavioural
Reads: 293
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