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Brain development: Effects of environmental stimulation
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Environmental Determinism The physical environment has a direct effect on human health or behavior. Individuals reactions are not influenced by what people think about the environment. The meaning or symbolism of the environment does not affect human responses.
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Civil Rights Memorial
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Cognitive Appraisal Human reactions to the environment are influenced by the meaning and symbolism of the object or setting. Individual differences in culture, gender, ethnicity, personality, or experience (history) can profoundly alter human responses to a particular environment because they alter cognitive appraisal.
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Aesthetics and Individual Preferences Experience and expertise
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PREFERENCE RATINGS OF DESIGNERS AND LAYPERSONS 42 building facades 1 = number one ranked preference 42 = lowest ranked preference
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Designer rank 2 Layperson rank 1
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Designer rank 6 Layperson rank 40
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Designer rank 41 Layperson rank 3
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Designer rank 31 Layperson rank 42
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Architects’ Predictions of Preferences of Building Facades Architect Architect .74
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Architects’ Predictions of Preferences of Building Facades Layperson Architect .16
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Architects’ Predictions of Preferences of Building Facades Layperson Architect Architect .16 .74
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Maya Lin
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Man has no nature, what he has is history. Ortega Gasset
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course UNKNOWN 1 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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