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Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
This research takes as it subjects all patients in a hospital being studied. It seeks to understand the factors that contribute to the psychiatric patients' tendencies in selecting space and to how they relate to others through their use of shared space and their observed behaviors. Findings are as follows; 1.The patients' selection of space were affected by "intrinsic elements" such as the type of patients they were and the number of days of their hospital stay, in addition to "extrinsicdoi:10.3130/aija.78.1919 fatcat:glikgz4irvbqjlyrle2cixhskq