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Schutte and her team have learned that time spent in virtual reality nature, compared to time spent in virtual reality urban spaces, can lead to better moods.
Halali and colleagues learned that just thinking about temperature has a serious effect on how our brains work.
Bellezza, Paharia, and Keinan found that people link appearing busy with perceived higher status, at least in American workplaces.
Altmann and David Hambrick confirm that mental interruptions can impede performance.
Sanders has reviewed the research on the effects of smart phone based navigation tools on our ability to find our way through spaces without them, among other topics.
Research by Westphal-Fitch and Fitch confirms that visual symmetry is valued by humans.
It often seems like a good idea to leave empty space around important texts.
Research collected from Finnish knowledge workers indicates that both taking a walk in nature at lunchtime and doing relaxation exercises over lunch have about the same effect on how tense employees feel after lunch.
Shahzad and her team studied some of the implications of user control over temperature in their work areas.
Zuniga-Teran and her team have extensively investigated how neighborhood design influences physical activity and wellbeing.