Lenzholzer and van der Wulp investigated the ways that perceived temperature can be influenced in urban squares through spatial forms and materials.
The design of physical environments can reinforce or help change opinions about the organizations that control particular places.
We now have a better idea why people purchase so many jasmine plants each year and wear so many jasmine-based perfumes.
The emotions generated by the physical contexts in which faces are first assessed determine how those faces are evaluated.
Knight and Haslam corroborated the findings of environmental psychologists, who have established the importance of workers’ control over their physical office environments.
Light-rail systems ease traffic congestion and reduce belt sizes.
School cafeteria design is receiving increased research attention as the youth obesity epidemic broadens.
Aesthetic assessments can literally determine life and death when forest management decisions are being made.
Ackerman and his colleagues have completed an interesting series of experiments linking tactile experiences and social judgments/behaviors.
New research indicates that possessing certain branded objects directly influences our perceptions of ourselves.