The revived Resources in Ecological Psychology Series is dedicated to furthering the development of psychology as a branch of ecological science, with the goal of forming a useful collection of resources for people who wish to learn about and contribute to its development. The ecological approach to perception, action, and cognition follows in the tradition of James J. Gibson and Nikolai Bernstein in looking at the traditional psychological topics of perceiving, acting, and knowing as activities of ecosystems rather than isolated animals. The series welcomes projects in any stage of development that might advance the field: Original research, collected papers, reports of conferences and symposia, theoretical monographs, technical handbooks, and works from the many disciplines relevant to ecological psychology.
Edited By W. H. Warren, Jr., R. E. Shaw
February 01, 1985
First published in 1985. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....