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Environment-Behavior Studies for Healthcare Design

Author/EditorDing, Suining (Author)
ISBN: 9781032010762
Pub Date30/11/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages360
Dimensions (mm)254(h) * 178(w)
Environment-Behavior Studies for Healthcare Design explains how environment-behavior (EB) studies can contribute to healthcare design research and explores how evidence-based theories can be applied and integrated into the healthcare design practice.
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- Introduces environment-behavior studies for healthcare design research
- Explores how evidence-based design theories can be applied and integrated into healthcare design practice
- Presents specific environment-behavior theories in the healthcare environment with case studies
- Each chapter includes summary, key terms and study questions

- Introduces environment-behavior studies for healthcare design research
- Explores how evidence-based design theories can be applied and integrated into healthcare design practice
- Presents specific environment-behavior theories in the healthcare environment with case studies
- Each chapter includes summary, key terms and study questions

Suining Ding, Ph.D., EDAC, NCIDQ, ASID, IDEC is a Full Professor of Interior Design at Purdue University Fort Wayne. She is passionate about design for health and well-being in the built environment. Trained in architecture and interior design and gained extensive experience in architecture, Dr. Ding is also a researcher and obtained her Ph.D. in Architectural Studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Dr. Ding's expertise and research interests include but are not limited to environment-behavior studies in healthcare design, evidence-based design (EBD), design process, and research integration in design practice. Dr. Ding has published extensively for her research and scholarship including several refereed books and numerous journal articles and conference proceedings. She also holds an Evidence-based Design Accreditation Certificate (EDAC) from The Center for Health Design and the NCIDQ Certificate from the Council of Interior Design Qualification.

Introduction Part 1: Environment-Behavior Studies 1. Introduction to Environment-Behavior Studies 2. Fundamental Theories in Environment-Behavior Studies Part 2: Environment-Behavior Theories for Healthcare Design 3. Environmental Cognition Theory (Wayfinding Theory) 4. Environmental Stress Theory, Therapeutic Environment Theory, and Environmental Press Theory 5. Privacy, Personal Space, Territoriality and Crowding 6. Control Theory 7. Environmental Preference Theory 8. Environmental Perception (Gestalt Theory), Place Attachment Theory, Environmental Affordance Theory Part 3: Integrating Research for Healthcare Design 9. Design Process for Healthcare Design 10. Research in Environment-behavior Studies for Healthcare Design 11. Research Meets Design Practice 12. Methodologies and Tools for Evaluating Design Solutions and EB Theory Development Index

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