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activity apartment argues aspects at-homeness attachment attention automatically Awareness Continuum basic contact become behavioural geography behaviourist bodily body ballets body-subject Buttimer centre cognitive map cognitive theorists comfortable Commentary conscious day-to-day driving dwelling ecology emotional environmental experience groups environmental psychology everyday movement example experiential explore familiar feel feeling-subject felt foster geographical world Goethe habitual Heidegger heightened contact human ibid inside involves Jane Jacobs landscape landscape assessment learning lifeworld living look Merleau-Ponty modes of encounter move movement and rest nature notice obliviousness observations organise park participants particular patterns perception person phenomenology physical environment place ballet placelessness places for things realised Relph role Rootedness route says sense significance situation space and environment spatial behaviour stimulus-response model street taken-for-granted territoriality themes time-space routines triad of openness uncomfortable understanding usually walking watching Wendell Berry Worcester world at hand