Table of contents for Inquiry by design : environment/behavior/neuroscience in architecture, interiors, landscape, and planning / John Zeisel ; foreword by John P. Eberhard.


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PART ONE
17 RESEARCH AND DESIGN
CHAPTER I
19 DESIGN: IMAGES, PRESENTATIONS, AND TESTS
Why Describe Design?
Five Characteristics of Designing
Overview
CHAPTER 2
33 RESEARCH: CONCEPTS, HYPOTHESES,AND TESTS
Developing Concepts
Formulating Hypotheses
Empirical Testing
Overview
CHAPTER 3
47 RESEARCH AND DESIGN COOPERATION
Purposes of Cooperation
Occasions for Cooperation
Overview
CHAPTER 4
75 SIDE EFFECTS OF COOPERATION
Risk Taking
Critical Testing
Tacit and Explicit Knowing
Overview
CHAPTER 5
91 RESEARCH METHODOOGY: APPROACHES,
DESIGNS, AND SETTIN S
Research Approaches
Research Designs
Research Settings
Overview
CHAPTER 6
119 RESEARCH QUALITY
Shared Methods
Comparable Presentations
Controlled Results
Overview
CHAPTER 7
141 THE BRAIN'S ENVIRONENT SYSTEM
The E/B/N Paradigm
The Brain
The Brain's Environment System
The Brain's Design Process
The Brain's Creative Developi aent Spiral
Overview

PART TWO
157 RESEARCH METHODS
CHAPTER 8
159 OBSERVING PHYSICAL TRACES
Qualities of the Method
Recording Devices
What to Look For
Physical Traces Update
Overview
CHAPTER 9
191 OBSERVING ENVIRONM NTAL BEHAVIOR
Qualities of the Method
Observers' Vantage Points
Recording Devices
What to Observe
Observing Behavior Update
Overview
CHAPTER 10
227  FOCUSED INTERVIEWS
Pre-Interview Analysis and Interview Guide
Objectives of Focused Interviews
Basic Characteristics of Focused Interviewing
Probes
Group Focused Interviews
Focused Interview Update
Overview
CHAPTER II
257 STANDARDIZED QUESTIONNAIRES
Qualities
Organization
Coding Open-Ended Reponses
Precoding Responses
Visual Responses
Questionnaires Update
Overview
CHAPTER 12
287 ASKING QUESTIONS:TOPICS AND FORMAT
Topics
Format
Overview
CHAPTER 13
311 ARCHIVES
Qualities
Using Archives
Document Files
Types of Data
Plan Annotation
Behavioral Plan Analysis
Data Archive Update
Overview
CHAPTER 14
355  ENVIRONMENT BEHAVIOR NEUROSCIENCE
Neuroscience and E-B Concepts
Neuroscience/Design Arriving at Different Design Criteria
E/B/N Performance Criteria Design Guidelines
Overview



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Environmental psychology Research, Architectural design Psychological aspects, Environment Design, Behavior, Research methods, Brain physiology