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Environment & Behavior brings you international and interdisciplinary perspectives on the relationships between environments and human behavior. Both population growth and threats to environmental sustainability make the understanding of environment-behavior relationships increasingly critical to human well-being. Explore topics such as:
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Occasionally, Environment & Behavior supplements its broad coverage with single-theme Special Issues devoted to topics of particular concern and guest-edited by leading scholars. Previous Special Issues have included:
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|Other Titles in:||Environmental Psychology|