How people in crowds physically organize themselves is important – it influences how groups will respond in emergency situations.
Cassanto and his colleagues have determined that children use space to understand the passage of time, just as adults do.
By varying the tempo and mode of short music clips, Hunter and his colleagues were able to confirm earlier research on human emotional responses to these attributes of music.
Views of fast food and related symbols have an influence on our approach to the world around us, regardless of where we are.
A recent study of people from 60 to 80 years old found that people in this age range have difficulty ignoring distractions while they’re forming memories.
Yes, information can lead to poor choices.
Kohn and Smith have added to the standing body of research findings indicating that classic brainstorming may not be the best way to gain new insights.
Architect Magazine reports on the recent GeoDesign Summit and introduces the important concepts needed to integrate geographic information systems (GIS) and architecture.
Lee and Brand have evaluated the influence of perceived personal control on perceptions of distraction in workplaces.
For years, there have been rumors of relationships between experiencing magnetic fields and positive psychological experiences.