Ecological footprint refers to the amount of land and water area required to replenish the resources that a human population consumes.
Ecological momentary assessment refers to a new method of behavioral assessment in which participants record their thoughts, feelings , or behaviors as they occur in the natural environment. Ecological momentary assessment is typically accomplished through the use of electronic diaries .
Ecological systems theory refers to Bronfenbrenner’s model emphasizing that the developing person is embedded in a series of environmental systems that interact with one another and with the person to influence development.
Ecological Theory refers to a type of sociological approach which emphasizes demographics (the characteristics of population groups) and geographics (the mapped location of such groups rela