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Attribute preferences for wildland recreation settings

Attribute preferences for wildland recreation settings

Journal of Leisure Research 18(4): 231-247

Variations in preferences are explored for various environmental attributes as they influence the choice of a specific setting in which to recreate. The influence of amount of previous experience and activity commitment is explored. These variables are two of the major dimensions of the specialization concept. They are expected to relate to the ways in which individuals process and store information about their recreational activities.

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