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Researchers have found that people’s sense of balance is impaired when they talk on cell phones – another reason to make sure circulation spaces, plazas, and the like, are free of trip hazards, etc.
Bubic and colleagues found that knowing the name of a painting influences responses to it.
Verplanken and colleagues’ research indicates that we’re more likely to successfully change habits when attempts at the desired modifications are paired with other changes in our lives, such as moving to a new home.
Myerson and Privett share insights regarding workplace design that they garnered while studying extreme workplaces, such as academic libraries, theatres, air traffic control centers, and newsrooms.
Sokolova and Krishna learned that when people are being asked to make a selection, how that task is described makes a difference.
Parrott effectively reviews the repercussions of people being envious in workplaces.
Romero and Craig have identified a relationship between shapes seen, thoughts, and money spent.
Researchers at Louisiana State University have studied links between parents’ concerns about neighborhoods and the amount of time their children spend playing outdoors.
Smart Growth America investigated incidents in which pedestrians were hit by cars
Population density affects how lives are lived.