Ambrey and Fleming investigated the relationship between living near greenspace and life satisfaction.
Garcia-Acosta and his colleagues are promoting the use of a new term, “ergoecology.”
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.