According to environmental psychology is one of the most important factors to design in architecture and interior design which means the environment and surroundings will have features for bringing tranquility and high efficiency for their occupants. One of the areas that most people spend most of their time in it, is home. For this reason, the spaces and elements used in it, must be designed carefully and detailed. With increasing living in residential apartment, private courtyards were excluded from houses. In the past, people were together and washed courtyard and sat in a pleasant atmosphere at evenings. In those days, people tolerance threshold is much higher than today. More people communicated with each other, but most of today’s communication is virtual communication. Today, a lot of nature and live plants have been removed from our lives. This study aimed to investigate the role of the apartment live plants to control anger and aggression. For this study, 100 residential units were selected randomly to test. The collected data was investigated by correlation coefficient test (Spearman correlation) and Single-sample T-test and was evaluated using the 5-point Likert scale. Reliability of the two questionnaires was assessed using Cronbach’s alpha and it was seen to be 0.850 and 0/920. Results of the present study indicate that by increasing positive attitude toward the live plants and use them in apartments, aggression will be reduced.
The Role of Apartment Live Plants to Control Anger and Aggression
Journal Title: Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review
Author(s): Malihe Taghipour & Fattaneh Rahimi
Published On: 27/06/2023
First Page: 61
Last Page: 75
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher
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Malihe Taghipour & Fattaneh Rahimi, The Role of Apartment Live Plants to Control Anger and Aggression, Volume 4 Issue 3, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review, 61-75, Published on 27/06/2023, Available at https://ajmrr.thelawbrigade.com/article/the-role-of-apartment-live-plants-to-control-anger-and-aggression/
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