Ithaca, NY, United States
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£16,686 per year

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The research tradition within the Human Environment Relations major is based in the social sciences, and particularly on environmental psychology and human factors and ergonomics. Using a systematically-generated knowledge base to guide the search for an evaluation of appropriate design solutions and methods is fundamental to the major. The underlying premise is that systematic, empirical research based in the social sciences–when combined with imagination–can contribute to the planning, design, and management of environments that enhance the individual and organizational effectiveness.

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