Effects of open versus closed physical environment on employee perception and attitude

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Vincent E. Cangelosi
Laura F. Lemoine
Cite this article:  Cangelosi, V., & Lemoine, L. (1988). Effects of open versus closed physical environment on employee perception and attitude. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 16(1), 71-78.


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We aimed to determine the effects of a closed (versus an open) physical office environment on worker attitude, perception, and interpersonal relationships. A closed environment provides for privacy but isolates employees; while, an increased interruptions. The results suggest that the use of modular furniture systems may provide physical comfort (privacy) and still maintain an interactive climate for workers in an office setting.


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