Dr. Edward EdgertonDr Edward Edgerton is an Environmental Psychologist in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Paisley. He is an active researcher in the area of environment-behaviour studies and his primary interests are in the design of “institutional” environments such as schools and hospitals. He is currently the secretary for the International Association of Person-Environment Studies (IAPS).Dr. Ombretta RomiceDr Ombretta Romice is Lecturer in the Department of Architecture, University of Strathclyde in Glasgow where she is Course Director of the MSc/PgDipls in Urban Design and of the MArch in Advanced Architectural design. Her work focuses on urban design, environmental psychology and user participation in design. She holds a PhD in architecture and psychology and a PostDoc in housing and regeneration sponsored by the European Union. She is a founding member of the Urban Sustainability through Environmental Design (UStED) Network and she is a board member of the International Association of Person-Environment Studies (IAPS).Professor Christopher SpencerChristopher Spencer is Professor of Environmental Psychology at the University of Sheffield. He was one of the founding members of the Journal of Environmental Psychology and his research interests have included children's environmental perceptions, cognitive maps, and the design of performance spaces for classical music designed to create a more informal and approachable ambience.