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.
Perceived distance from another person influences how we interact with them.
People who were verbally reminded of their great-grandparents and their ancestors in the 15th century did better on intelligence tests than a control group not asked to consider their forebears during a study conducted by Fischer and his colleagues.
If you are considering doing a post-occupancy evaluation (POE) and want to review an exemplary one, take a look at the article cited below, by Shepley and colleagues.
During a recent study, addition of new plants in indoor common areas at a residential rehabilitation center improved the self-perceived well-being of pulmonary patients.
Autistic school-age children have been found to be good at visual searchers in small-scale settings such as on a computer screen, and Pellicano and her associates tested whether these skills extended to more true-to-life settings.
Communicating through possessions has been popular since there have been possessions, but some people have always been able to “speak” louder in this way than others.