Bradley R. Fulton, PhD, Researcher, Press Ganey Associates
After graduating from my doctoral program, I obtained a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in “environmental psychology.” Yes, I know it sounds like I was going to study the effects of climate change on mental health. In actuality, I was about to begin working with an architect.
Environmental psychology is a curious area of psychology that focuses on the interrelationship of environments and human behavior and mental processes. Thus, although studying the effects of nature, or climate ...