The fact that people talking on cell phones are distracted and do silly and sometimes dangerous things isn’t news.
Baldry and Barnes investigated the implications of providing academics with single person offices with floor to ceiling walls and a full height door that can be closed or open offices.
Researchers at the University of Colorado Denver identified another good reason to flood the interiors of healthcare facilities with daylight.
Nikunen and Korpela investigated the influence of scene type (urban, combined/mixed, or natural) on how restorative a view is perceived to be by those looking at it, scene preference, and perceived safety.
Sklair and Gherardi have studied iconic architecture through the ages.
Gallagher explores humans’ experience of novelty and the material she reports is useful to designers proposing design solutions.
Research presented by Chris Pawson, Sarah Doherty, Laura Martin, Ruth Soares, Caroline Edmonds, and Mark Gardner on April 18 at the British Psychological Society’s annual conference indicates that human cognitive performance is influenced by hydration.
Griffiths and Gilly have investigated territorial behavior at third places and more specifically how they might arise.
Research by Banerjee, Chatterjee, and Sinha may explain otherwise puzzling findings related to the perceived brightness of an environment.
Terry Maple’s work as president and CEO of Zoo Atlanta and the Palm Beach Zoo integrated research findings related to how humans and how animals live in their physical worlds.