Researchers Yeh and Huang have uncovered patterns in floral purchases by men and women; these patterns can reasonably be expected to reflect underlying gender preferences.
Mesmer-Magnus and DeChurch have found that most teams spend their time discussing information that is already known to all members of the group and that teams that talk more with each other are less effective at completing their chosen tasks.
When pairs of people are playing a piece of music together, their brain waves are more synchronized that when they are not playing together.
Uchida feels that successful Japanese interior design reflects Japanese culture; his opinions are similar to those of many other researchers who believe that members of particular national cultures thrive in specific sorts of spaces.
People with musical training are better able to assess emotional components of sounds, such as baby cries.
People who feel disgust for social reasons make the same faces as people tasting disagreeable food.
Exercise balls as classroom chairs?
Aipperspach, Hooker, and Woodruff discuss the integration of technology into home environments.
Rehmeyer discusses the mathematics behind the number of colors required to shade maps and other objects so that colored spaces never abut other spaces of the same color.