Strano and his colleagues report on “the empirical analysis of a unique data set regarding almost 200 years of evolution of the road network in a large area located north of Milan (Italy).”
A recent study by Barker and his team indicates that when people bring their dogs to work there are positive psychological ramifications.
De Lange and his colleagues add to a rich knowledge base linking scents and behaviors.
Research on uniform color and aggression continues.
Goldman’s recent interview with Terry Maple indicates how broadly principles of environmental psychology can be applied.
Cain’s recent book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, is drawing a lot of attention to the influences of personality on human experience.
A team led by Lichtenfeld has linked seeing the color green and creative performance.
How does street design influence the activities of humans along that road?
Recent research by Cole, Balcetis, and Zhang confirms that perceptions of distance are subjective.
Recent work by Uchiyama and his colleagues confirms the influence of sensory experiences on physical health and the importance of providing patients with opportunities to listen to music.