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Questions pertaining to all sections that we went over in class lectures.

Terms

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Personal Space
An invisible boundary surrounding a person's body into which intruders may not come
4 basic human needs related to privacy and territoriality
Identity, Stimulation, Security, Frame of Reference
Principles of Univeral Design
Equitable Use, Flexibility in Use, Simple and Intuitive, Perceptible Information, Tolerance and Error, Low Physical Effort, Size & Space for Approach & Use
2 types of roll play
Sensory Motor and Constructive
Socio-Pedal
seating allows eye contact - flexibility, direct attention to another person
Visual Exposure
extent to which our own behavior can be monitored visually by others
Socio-Fugal
bad seating - no eye contact
Universal Design
Design that is democratic, accomodates the majority a majority of the time, and design for all.
Privacy
selective control of access to the self or one's group
Squirrel to Bear
Fight and Flight interspecies relationships
Environmental Attitudes
favorable/unfavorable feelings people have towards a feature in their environment
Becker
"The study of the social-psychological aspects of human -environment relations is... not rocket science, its more difficult"
Personal Spaces
smaller ceiling heights in ________ ________
Sensory Motor Play
18-24 months. Move from passive to active response, learn about people through reactions, and learn about their bodies through movement
Simpson
"One of the most important lessons is that design value is... rarely a function only of cost "
3 types of Territories
Primary, Seconday and Public
Constuctive Play
22-24 months. Playing with a purpose, cooperative play - learning and playing with others
Distance Perceptors
eyes, ears, and nose
Immediate Perceptors
skin, membranes, muscle
2 Different Types of Perceptors
Distance and Immediate
Anonymity
In a crowd and no one knows who you are
social identity
who you want everyone else to think you are
Variants that change personal space distances
age, gender, culture, mental capacity, illness
ADA
americans with diabeties association
2 most common disabilities
Loss of Vision and Difficulty of Ambulation
4 Personal Space Zones
Intimate, Personal distance, Social distance, Public distance
self identity
what you think about yourself, who you think you are
Squirrel to Squirrel
Social and Personal interspecies relationships
Territory
Limited space a person/group uses as theirs
Hayward
"Home as... a place of privacy and refuge"
Identities of meaning of home
Self and social
4 Forms of Privacy
Solitude, Intimacy, Anonymity and Reserve
Solitude
All by yourself
Reserved
Attempting to be by yourself but not being ignored
3 levels of activity considered in Performance Variables
mental, interactional and physical
Territoriality
a delimited space that a person or a group uses or defends as an exclusive preserve
Proxemics
interrelated observations & theories of a man's use of space as a specialized elaboration of culture
Critical Space
minimum space required for existence
Needs of Children
Physical Stimulation, Perceptual Stimulation, Intellectual Stimulation, Emotional Stimulation, Social Developement
Affects due to stress due to crowding
illness, pollution, reduced productivity

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