New research indicates that social status and trust are related.
Dunn effectively discusses how we have altered essential parts of our human chemistry by eliminating species with whom we evolved from our lives.
Marris has written an interesting introduction to nature conservation.
Hinds and Sparks present a nuanced assessment of people’s responses to natural environments.
People with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and those that work with them probably won’t be surprised by the findings of a study recently completed by Kramer and Weber.
Leotti and Delgado have unearthed additional evidence that providing choices is a good idea.
Lee and Schwarz review recent research related to the psychological implications of cleanliness, much of which has been reported here previously.
Research by Neary and her colleagues has determined that children from 3 to 6 years old are more likely to believe manmade objects are owned by someone than natural objects (such as pine cones).
Barrett and her colleagues reviewed recent research related to perception of emotion on other people’s faces.
Styhre’s recent research was conducted with architects but is relevant to all design professionals.