Ph.D., City, University of London, UK, Psychology
M.S., University of New Mexico, Experimental Psychology
B.A., University of Michigan, Psychology
Kevin Bennett, PhD, is a Teaching Professor of Psychology at The Pennsylvania State University, Beaver Campus. His research—psychological science at the intersection of urban design and mental health—explores social, personality, and evolutionary dimensions of human activity in the built environment by asking three fundamental questions: (1) What are the meaningful ways in which people differ in personality, emotion, and engagement with physical spaces? (2) What are the root causes of these individual differences? (3) What are the important outcomes of all this?
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