Analyzing information produced within the field of Environmental Psychology may prove a difficult task, especially if the rapid development characterizing the field is taken into consideration. The 1991 reprinting of The Handbook of Environmental Psychology just four years after the first edition, can be seen as the most recent evidence of the current impact of this type of information. Dr. Stokols's 1978 review of Environmental Psychology stands out among several attempts to provide an overview of the proliferation of literature in this field. Dr. Stokols's reported that more than thirty monographs, ten textbooks and two series on the interaction of human behavior with the socio-physical context had been published within a five-year period. In fact, it is in Dr. Stokols's review that the greatest number of references to Environmental Psychology, (497) can be found.