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The Analysis on the Emotional Evaluation Methods of Environmental Design Elements Using the Eye Mark Recorder and the Repertory Grid Method
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The Analysis on the Emotional Evaluation Methods of Environmental Design Elements Using the Eye Mark Recorder and the Repertory Grid Method
Jung, A-Young;
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 Abstract
This paper is an inquiry into the human sensibility on view from high-rise housing in a viewpoint of architectural environment design that pay attention to multi-family high-rise housing which is becomes a trend in recent years. And this paper is the fundamental approach for applying this result to later architectural environmental plan of multi-family high-rise housing. In this paper, we used repertory grid method as a cognitive psychological way of analysis and eye mark recorder measurement experiments as a physiological way of examination. In the conclusions, examined human sensibilities on views-focused on the analysis result of eye mark recorder measurement experiments through repertory grid method that are carried on the main subject-and described problems after this and possibilities in the same time.
 Keywords
Emotional Evaluation;Environment Factor;Repertory Grid Method;Eye Mark Recorder;
 Language
English
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