A team led by Lichtenfeld has linked seeing the color green and creative performance.
Researchers have found additional links between metaphorical expressions and how we live in our physical world.
Research conducted by Sreedhari Desai and Francesca Gino confirms the importance of the nonverbal cues we find in our physical environment.
Recent research links traveling through doorways and forgetting.
Costa investigated the tendency of people to sit in the same seat each time they are in a public space.
Recent research indicates that brief, brisk (but not running) walks can enhance our ability to remember things.
Seating options provided make it more likely that people will sit with good or bad posture, and recent research indicates that posture is particularly important in healthcare settings.
As snow covers most of North America, and office workers’ views of nearby nature are shrouded under a thick white blanket, thoughts turn to potted plants in offices.
Our seated posture influences if we think and behave as if we have power.
In this blog, I frequently discuss ways the physical environment can be used to increase the likelihood that people are in a positive mood.