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Selected environment-behavior relations in critical care units

This study explored the relationships between selected spatial-physical factors and users' behavior and experience. The significance of these relationships for the users was assumed to be much greater under conditions of illness and hospitalization. In this context the individual has to cope with increased demands, while his or her repertoire of responses and environmental choices diminishes. As a result there is increased significance of the physical environment as a potential facilitator for variety
Print Book, English, 1980
University Microfilms International, Ann Arbor, 1980