Gary W. Evans
Elizabeth Lee Vincent Professor of Human Ecology
Department of Design & Environmental Analysis and Department of Human Development
The environment of childhood poverty, environmental stressors and human health and well being, cumulative risk exposure and child development.
Evans, G.W. (2006). Child development and the physical environment. Annual Review of Psychology.
Evans, G.W., et. al. (2005). The role of chaos in poverty and children's socioemotional adjustment. Psychological Science.
Evans, G.W. & Marcynyszyn, L.A. (2004). Environmental justice, cumulative environmental risk, and health among low- and middle- income children. American Journal of Public Health.
Evans, G.W. (2004). The environment of childhood poverty. American Psychologist.
Evans, G.W. (2003). A multimethodological analysis of cumulative risk and allostatic load among rural children. Developmental Psychology.
Evans, G.W. & English, K. (2002). The environment of poverty: Multiple stessor exposure, psychophysiological stress, and socioemotional adjustment. Child Development.
Evans, G.W. & Kantrowitz, E. (2002). Socioeconomic status and health: The potential role of environmental risk exposure. Annual Review of Public Health.
Evans, G.W. (2001). Environmental stress and health. In A. Baum, T. Revenson & J.E. Singer (Eds.). Handbook of Health Psychology, Mahway, NJ: Erlbaum.
Evans, G.W., et al. (1998). Chronic residential crowding and children's well being: An ecological perspective. Child Development.
Garling, T., & Evans, G.W. (1991). Environment, cognition and action. NY: Oxford.
Cohen, S., Evans, G.W., Stokols, D., & Krantz, D.S., (1986). Behavior, health and environmental stress. NY: Plenum.
Evans, G.W. (Ed.) (1982). Environmental stress. NY: Cambridge.