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Volume 7, Issue 28 (9-2019)                   Haft Hesar J Environ Stud 2019, 7(28): 5-18 | Back to browse issues page

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Explaining the mechanisms of residential complexes from the perspective of environmental psychology in order to promote life expectancy for residents; Case study: Andisheh Town of Rasht . Haft Hesar J Environ Stud. 2019; 7 (28) :5-18
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Environmental psychology involves two-way behavior and interaction between humans and the physical environment and environmental capabilities. The requirement for architects to properly recognize these relationships and special attention to residential complexes and settlements and their design as a complex factor that has a great impact on the relationships between individuals is necessary. Correct handling of this issue results in mental health and increased life expectancy. The mentioned town is faced with numerous problems, including visual pollution, existence of inert lands, incomplete blocks, environmental pollution, etc., most notably, the lack of attention to privacy and personal space, and consequently a lack of security. The research methodology is descriptive-analytical and information gathering has been performed by fieldwork and documentation. The aim of this study was to investigate the necessity of environmental psychology components in residential complexes and their role in improving the hope and health of individuals. In this research, after studying previous researches in this field, considering the criteria and factors that were less studied and related to environmental psychology, the Andisheh township was analyzed through spss19 and smart pls software. For this purpose, 420 questionnaires were distributed, which 390 questionnaires were answered correctly. The results showed that people's stress control had the greatest impact on life expectancy. The criteria for movement and pause, stress control and environmental signs explain a total of 91% of life expectancy changes.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/09/22 | Accepted: 2019/09/22 | Published: 2019/09/22

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