Lee and Talen have thoroughly investigated methodologies for walkability research.
Cox encourages readers to be aware of the soundscapes they experience.
Imamichi describes the experience of running for exercise through a city while pushing a double baby stroller.
Memories for sounds fade fast.
Not conforming affects impression made.
An idea-starter for wellbeing design.
Gerald Clore recently won the Association for Psychological Science’s William James Fellow Award.
Being reminded of fast food, for example, by seeing related signs/packages or walking by fast food restaurants, affects non-food experiences.
Research completed at Wharton can help designers interpret information they collect during programming research as well as determine appropriate rewards for their own employees.
A European research team has developed a virtual reality program to help airplane passengers overcome some of the unpleasant situations they encounter while flying.