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Casey Lindberg

Casey
Lindberg
PhD
Post Doc, Architecture
University of Arizona

Casey Lindberg is a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Arizona Institute on Place and Wellbeing. His PhD in experimental psychology from Stanford University and his Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado allow for his expertise in studying how the built environment affects human health, wellbeing, and performance. He is particularly interested in design solutions for the dissimilar effects the built environment has on people due to individual differences. Casey Lindberg is a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Arizona Institute on Place and Wellbeing. His PhD in experimental psychology from Stanford University and his Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado allow for his expertise in studying how the built environment affects human health, wellbeing, and performance. He is particularly interested in design solutions for the dissimilar effects the built environment has on people due to individual differences.