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Title Datesort ascending Author
Desigining to Reinforce the Mental Image, an Infant Learning Environment Jan 01, 1972 Charles H. Burnette, PhD, AIA (Philadelphia Chapter, American Institute of Architects)
Noise, Distraction and Privacy in Conventional and Open School Environments Jan 01, 1972 Frank A. Brunetti (Stanford University)
Measurement of Children's Preferences for the Play Envrionment Jan 01, 1972 Robert L. Bishop (TRANSITION, Aspen, Colorado), George L. Peterson (Northwestern University), Richard P. Michaels (Northwestern University)
The Role of Research in the Development of Performance Standards Jan 01, 1972 Thorbjoern Mann (University of California, Berkeley), Richard Bender (University of California, Berkeley)
The Pre-School Child Near Environment: Variable Manipulation and Evaluation Jan 01, 1972 Robert Bartholomew (Cornell University), Marion Potts (Cornell University), Thomas Hertz (Cornell University)
Validity and Reliability of Ratings of Simulated Buildings Jan 01, 1972 R.W. Seaton (University of British Columbia), J.B. Collins (University of British Columbia)
Analysis of Building Production Drawings Jan 01, 1972 Peter Scher, BA (George/Trew/Dunn, Chartered Architects, London, England)
Integrated Environmental Design of Buildings Jan 01, 1972 P.E. O'Sullivan (University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology)
User-Need Studies to Improve Building Codes Jan 01, 1972 R. S. Ferguson (National Research Council of Canada)
The Alligator Learning Experience: Children's Strategies and Approaches to a Design Program Jan 01, 1972 Charles Zerner (University of Oregon), Thomas C. Hubka (University of Oregon)
A Normalization Procedure in Building Methodology Jan 01, 1972 Nestor Distefano (Uinversity of California at Berkeley), Dennis Nagy (University of Stuttgart, Germany)
A Design Research Strategy Utilizing Simulated Health Care Procedures in an Environmental Mock-Up Unit Jan 01, 1972 Joseph J. Wehrer (University of Michigan)
Developments in Scientific Application of Photogrammetry to Study of Architecture and Building Science Jan 01, 1972 Perry E. Borchers (Ohio State University)
Coping and Adapting to the High School Environment Jan 01, 1972 James G. Kelly (University of Michigan)
The Elementary School Classroom: A Study of Built Environment Jan 01, 1971 Vrej-Armen Artinen (School of Architecture, McGIll University)
Optimisation by Evaluation in the Appraisal of Buildings Jan 01, 1970 Thomas A. Markus, ARIBA (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland)
The Environmental Evaluation of Buildings: A Worked Example and Technical Specification Jan 01, 1970 Dean Hawkes (University of Cambridge)
An Operating System of Building Information Jan 01, 1970 Colin H. Davidson (Universite de Montreal), Michel Jullien, Helmut Schulitz, Leonard Wert
Session One: Performance Appraisal (conference session introduction) Jan 01, 1970 David Canter (University of Tokyo), Thomas A. Markus, ARIBA (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland)
A Computer-Aided Approach to Complex Building Layout Problems Jan 01, 1970 William J. Mitchell (University of California, Los Angeles)
Planning for Community Mental Health Centers: The Performance Approach Jan 01, 1969 Michael Brill (National Bureau of Standards), Richard Krauss (National Bureau of Standards)