Interior Space: Design Concepts for Personal Needs

By Stuart Miller; Judith K. Schlitt | Go to book overview

ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Stuart Miller is professor of psychology at Towson State University and a consultant to IDEA Associates, a firm providing interior design and environmental analysis services to residential, professional, and executive clients.

Dr. Miller has published widely in the areas of experimental, social, and environmental psychology. His articles have appeared in the Journal of Experimental Psychology, Psychonomic Science, the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, and Environmental Psychology and Nonverbal Behavior.

Dr. Miller holds a B.S. and a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland and an M.A. from Hollins College.

Judith K. Schlitt -- a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers -- heads IDEA Associates, is a faculty member of the Parsons School of Design, and recently created and produced her own television series on interior design for American Cablesystems.

Ms. Schlitt regularly presents and participates in programs for the American Society of Interior Designers, the Environmental Design Research Association, the Association for the Study of Man-Environment Relations, and the New York Designers Lighting Forum -- in which she also holds memberships. Her commentaries on design have been widely published; and she has been the subject, along with her work, of numerous articles in the news media.

Ms. Schlitt, a graduate of the Parsons School of Design, studied psychology at the New School for Social Research and environmental psychology at the State University of New York at Purchase.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • EPILOGUE 162
  • Bibliography 165
  • Index 173
  • ABOUT THE AUTHORS 180
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