Psychonomic Bulletin and Review recently published a study investigating the effect of coupling images with text.
House Beautiful polled Americans to learn more about their favorite colors for spaces.
Lo, Peters, and Kok investigated energy-conservation in workplaces.
Mary Immordino-Yang and colleagues have completed an analysis of existing research and conclude that “the long-lost art of introspection – even daydreaming – my be an increasingly valuable part of life.”
Researchers at New York University investigated the repercussions of particular sorts of visual experiences on future thoughts.
The Getty Research Institute has launched a free online resource containing digitized materials related to architectural and art history, as well as related subjects.
Esther Kim (Yale University) has confirmed earlier research by psychologists, such as Argyle and Dean, indicating that humans have a standard repertoire of tools they use to avoid additional contact when they feel crowded together.
Maxwell and Schectman comprehensively evaluated student perceptions of school building quality and the educational repercussions of those assessments.
Information in a new open source article, available at the web address below, can inform the design of slideshow decks that are psychologically powerful.
Many television comedy programs have focused on conflicts between men and women about whether a space – usually their shared home – is clean or not.