Labeling influences whether energy-efficient products are purchased. Gromet, Kunreuther and Larrick learned that “When it comes to deciding which light bulb to buy, a label touting the product's environmental benefit may actually discourage politically conservative shoppers . . . .
Burgh-Woodman and King investigated concern for the environment.
De Bruijne and Wijnant investigated differences in data collected from people answering questions on a survey using mobile devices and from people using computers to answer the same questions.
Research presented at the annual conference of the British Psychological Society identifies a major issue people should consider when deciding whether to negotiate in person or virtually.
Prof. Oyvind Martinsen at the BI Norwegian Business School investigated the personalities of creative people and his findings are useful to practitioners sourcing creative staff members.
Prinz effectively reviews the existing research on how people from individualistic and collectivistic cultures perceive the physical world that surrounds them.
Hills, Noguchi and Gibbert have learned more about how people make choices.
Information collected by McGraw-Hill during its 2012 Green Schools Study indicates that there are significant benefits from greening schools.
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate surveyed members of the Millennial generation (18-35 years old) to identify features they desire in homes.
Zillow has scientifically assessed home architecture styles across the United States.