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Environmental Psychology
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4.1 stars from 36 ratings
Interesting lectures
Now I only watched about one third of the lectures (those on the subject that I wanted information on), so this review is from a partial experience. However what I did see was very well presented and very interesting, so don't hesitate a second to study this course :)
Niklas-RUC via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 07/26/13
wang958 via Apple Podcasts · China · 04/30/13
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I have a natural resource background and operate a consulting business to help communities incorporate plant ecosystems in their growth and development process. I watched all lectures over a several week period because of my interest in learning how natural resources (e.g. trees, plants) improve...Read full review »
Community Forester via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/20/13
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