Recent research found that reminding consumers of money, for example with visuals that include dollar signs, may not be a good idea.
Frances (Ming) Kuo and Andrea Faber Taylor at the University of Illinois continue their research on the beneficial effects of time in nature for children with ADD and ADHD.
MIT has just made available, free of charge, a useful tool for designers.
A recent article in The New York Times by Guy Gugliotta drew attention to the hard and valuable work of psychoacousticians.
Schwarz and Hasson recently completed an interesting worksite intervention at a set of dental offices.
There is a push throughout the professional world for creativity – but why are creative suggestions so often negatively received?
Kline and his colleagues have determined that national forests help us live healthier lives.
In an upcoming article in Psychological Science, Brandon Liverence and Brian Scholl (both from Yale) provide additional evidence that we don’t always “see” the world accurately.
Recently released research indicates that there seems to be a relationship between the shape of a CEO’s face and the financial performance of his firm.
People underestimate the pleasure that they experience in nature, which has implications for the development of sustainability initiatives.