Personality influences the sorts of spaces in which each of us thrive.
Recent research indicates that our childhood last name indicates how quickly we act to obtain things of value to us.
Anderson encourages school and university planners to understand how places they are responsible for are currently being used before making space-related decisions.
Research by Sanna and his colleagues indicates that being at greater heights above the ground elevates our minds, literally and figuratively.
Remodeling homeowners realize that design matters.
Researchers have identified benefits of smelling sage.
Researchers working at McGill University have been methodically exploring the influence of music on human experience.
Pivik conducted an extensive study of in-school architectural elements that are perceived to alter the scholastic experiences of children in 4th through 12th grade with biophysical impairments (e.g., muscular dystrophy, arthritis, blindness).
Vikas Mittal’s analyses indicate that Starbuck’s new logo will be useful as it expands internationally.
Lu investigated environmental factors both inside and around assisted living facilities that support walking by older individuals.