High-intensity teleworkers have higher levels of job satisfaction than people who work primarily in collocated offices.
European researchers, using MRI technology, have found that the color of light we are experiencing influences our emotional processing.
State borders matter, both legally and psychologically.
New research indicates how important it is for place design research and conversations to be conducted in the languages of the people that will ultimately use spaces being developed.
A recently reported study reinforces earlier research indicating that older individuals (mean age of 77 in the study) have difficulty filtering out distracting or unneeded visual information to which they are exposed.
A recent study by Keinan and Kivetz determined that many people are actively attempting to build a varied collection of life experiences.
Tomasulo, reporting from the annual meeting of the Urban Land Institute, discusses ways that the condition of the economy, Generation Y’s entry into the home market, and Baby Boomers aging in place are influencing the housing market.
Faller and his colleagues have developed a classification system for a material library that recognizes a material’s intangible characteristics.
Research by van Rompay and his colleagues has confirmed that utilitarian and hedonic shoppers respond differently to retail environments.
Asking people about the optimal arrangement of tables in a restaurant may not be a good use of time.