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Engelen and colleagues investigated the implications of moving into a workplace designed to increase user activity levels.
How do residents’ perceptions of their neighborhoods and objective measures of conditions there influence neighborhood satisfaction?
Researchers have devoted a great deal of attention to identifying neighborhood and urban design that encourages active transport (e.g., walking or riding a bicycle).
Who should lead a group charged with coming up with creative ideas?
Interacting with friends face-to-face periodically is important.
Shoppers’ physical, emotional, and cognitive responses to retail environments influence whether merchandise and services are sold, or not. Design can make sales-inducing experiences more likely.
Social and cognitive scientists have developed time-related insights that designers can apply to create spaces that work in and through time, enduring and enriching.
It’s easier to persuade someone to do something in some environments than others.
Eyes and citrus make a significant difference
Body position can promote chumminess