Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)
The Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) is a global interdisciplinary community of research and design professionals, educators, and students. EDRA advances and disseminates environmental design research, thereby improving understanding of the interrelationships between people, their built and natural surroundings, and helping to create environments responsive to human needs.
Founded in 1969, EDRA celebrates more than 40 years of research-based innovations for all built and natural environments. EDRA’s roots are strong and flourishing. The organization’s vibrant network of visionaries have anticipated movements in research and design decades before they have hit the mainstream. EDRA’s lineage of members have pioneered environment & behavior studies, evidence-based design, facility evaluation methods, sustainability, active living community planning, universal design, diversity in design, workplace design and informatics, and digital technologies. At EDRA, researchers and practitioners work together to create places where people thrive. For more information, visit www.edra.org.
|A Normalization Procedure in Building Methodology||Nestor Distefano (Uinversity of California at Berkeley), Dennis Nagy (University of Stuttgart, Germany)||Jan 01, 1972|
|Developments in Scientific Application of Photogrammetry to Study of Architecture and Building Science||Perry E. Borchers (Ohio State University)||Jan 01, 1972|
|The Alligator Learning Experience: Children's Strategies and Approaches to a Design Program||Charles Zerner (University of Oregon), Thomas C. Hubka (University of Oregon)||Jan 01, 1972|
|A Design Research Strategy Utilizing Simulated Health Care Procedures in an Environmental Mock-Up Unit||Joseph J. Wehrer (University of Michigan)||Jan 01, 1972|
|Coping and Adapting to the High School Environment||James G. Kelly (University of Michigan)||Jan 01, 1972|
|The Psychological Environment of University Student Residences||Marvin S. Gerst (University of California at San Diego), Rudolf H. Moos (Stanford University)||Jan 01, 1972|
|Observation of User Activity Patterns in Open and Traditional Plan School Environments||Jerome T. Durlak (York University), Barbara S. Beardsley (Metropolitan Toronto School Board), John S. Murray (Metropolitan Toronto School Board)||Jan 01, 1972|
|Development and Implementation of an Environmental Evaluation and Redesign Process for a High School Science Department||Joshua A. Burns||Jan 01, 1972|
|Desigining to Reinforce the Mental Image, an Infant Learning Environment||Charles H. Burnette, PhD, AIA (Philadelphia Chapter, American Institute of Architects)||Jan 01, 1972|
|Noise, Distraction and Privacy in Conventional and Open School Environments||Frank A. Brunetti (Stanford University)||Jan 01, 1972|