Na Wang’s exquisitely thorough and thoughtful dissertation research investigates our emotional, attitudinal, and cognitive responses to sunlight, window views, privacy, and control.
New work by researchers at Yeshiva University definitively describes the ways that autistic children process sensory information and supports previous research indicating that people with autism “have difficulty coping with multiple sources of sensory information.”
New homes are fundamentally different from slightly older homes, according to a recent report compiled by Les Christie.
Previous research has indicated the value of music and scent in retail environments.
Sometimes people are more interested in making choices than others.
It may be time to rethink the hallowed status of the golden section.
When does something really belong to someone?
Blodgett lost her sense of smell for several months and chronicles her efforts to restore it.
Schielke investigated whether it was possible to communicate brand messages through the lighting in retail outlets.
Engineers in Germany have investigated the influence of muted ambient light inside cars on the experience of being inside automobiles at night.