Designers doing research often use surveys, and recent research by Burson and her colleagues indicates how important the wording of the response options provided to survey takers can be.
Home buyers who are willing to pay more to purchase homes with green features have a spending limit for their environmental responsible actions.
Your mother was right, sitting with proper posture is a good idea.
Urban community gardens have a positive impact on the lives of people living near them.
Both men and women with higher testosterone levels are more likely to engage in risky behavior.
David Brax, who is completing his dissertation at Lund University in Sweden, has integrated information from the cognitive sciences, neuroscience, and psychology to better understand what is valued.
The world is noisy and getting noisier.
Finlay and her colleagues have assessed behavior in casino environments, with a special focus on at-risk gambling intentions.
The Congress for the New Urbanism has synthesized recent research on street width and human behavior.
For some time, nightlights with red bulbs have been recommended by healthcare designers and other professionals.