EDRA46 sets the stage for a comprehensive understanding of biological and social facets of environment-behavior interactions.
McLean, VA (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
The Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) invites submissions for its 46th annual conference, EDRA46LosAngeles, to be held May 27-30, 2015 at the Westin Bonaventure in the heart of Los Angeles, California. The official call for proposals may be found at http://www.edra.org/edra46losangeles.
The theme of the 2015 conference, brainSTORM: Dynamic Interactions of Environment-Behavior and Neuroscience, examines how neuroscience has the potential of adding a significant dimension to environment-behavior research, leading to the creation of environments more responsive to human needs.
“A body of scholarship is steadily developing, linking the built environment, behavior, and neuroscience,” says EDRA46 Co-Chair Greg Allen Barker, AIA. “EDRA46 sets the stage for a comprehensive understanding of biological and social facets of environment-behavior interactions.”
The submission deadline for papers, abstracts, symposia, workshops and professional development tutorials is September 22, 2014. The submission deadline for display poster presentations and EDRAShorts is November 24, 2014. Complete submission details can be found in the call for proposals. All proposals must be submitted online at http://edra46.abstractcentral.com.
EDRA’s annual conferences are renowned international events that focus on research and design presentations in a variety of formats. The sessions provide students, researchers and practitioners alike the opportunity to participate in a collaborative discourse while receiving continuing education credits from multiple accrediting organizations, including the American Institute of Architects, the Landscape Architecture Continuing Education System, the American Planning Association and the Interior Design Continuing Education Council. Conference attendees include professionals and students from around the globe with a variety of backgrounds such as architecture, urban planning, design, social ecology, urban anthropology, research, consulting, academia and art.
For more information on the organization, membership and services provided, visit http://www.edra.org.
About EDRA: The Environmental Design Research Association is an international, interdisciplinary organization founded in 1969 by architects and psychologists concerned with integrating people's needs in shaping the built environment. EDRA exists to advance and disseminate environmental design research, thereby improving understanding of the inter-relationships of people with their built and natural surroundings toward creation and curation of environments responsive to human needs. For more information, visit http://www.edra.org.