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2006
Nordström, Maria. "Children's Different Views on Child-Friendly Urban Environments." In Environment, Health and Sustainable Development (IAPS 19 Conference Proceedings on CD-Rom). IAPS. Alexandria, Egypt, 2006.
2004
Nordström, Maria. "How is Environment Reflected in Children's Notions of Child-Friendly Environments? Comparing the Notions of Children Living in Different Environments." In Evaluation in Progress - Strategies for Environmental Research and Implementation (IAPS 18 Conference Proceedings on CD-Rom). IAPS. Vienna, Austria: Österreichischer Kunst- und Kulturverlag, 2004.
Nordström, Maria. "How is environment reflected in urban children’s notions of child-friendly environments? Comparing the notions of 12-year old children living in different residential areas and with different cultural background." Journal of Applied Psychology [Special Issue 18th IAPS Conference] 6, no. 3-4 (2004): 62-70.
2000
Nordström, Maria. "Growing up in the Countryside in France and Sweden – Different Conceptualizions of the Environment." In Metropolis 2000 - Which Perspectives? Cities, Social Life and Sustainable Development: IAPS 16 Conference Proceedings on CD-Rom. IAPS. Paris, France, 2000.
Nordström, Maria. How is Societal Change Reflected in Children's Views of the Environment? In Metropolis 2000 - Which Perspectives? Cities, Social Life and Sustainable Development: IAPS 16 Conference Proceedings on CD-Rom. IAPS. Paris, France, 2000.
Nordström, Maria, and Ulla Berglund. "How is Societal Change Reflected in Children's Views on the Environment? Proposal for a Workshop." In Metropolis 2000 - Which Perspectives? Cities, Social Life and Sustainable Development: IAPS 16 Conference Proceedings on CD-Rom. IAPS. Paris, France, 2000.
1996
Nordström, Maria. "Culture - the Missing Dimension of Environmental Psychology." In Evolving Environmental Ideals - Changing Way of Life, Values and Design Practices: IAPS 14 Conference Proceedings, 26-33. IAPS. Stockholm, Sweden: Royal Institute of Technology, 1996.