n. in environmental psychology, refers to the environment as the setting for observing behavior. This setting, for instance, may include the physical, geographical, and social situation combined. There is a relationship, and it tends to affect human behavior.

BEHAVIOR SETTING: "Observing a subject in the behavior setting is a way of acknowledging that there is, indeed, a relationship between an individual and the environment."
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