Klineberg chronicles the increasing numbers of people living alone; a demographic shift that has far ranging design implications.
Murphy, the CEO of GNU, a wayfinding consulting firm, has written a very readable overview of important wayfinding concepts, that is available free at the website noted below.
Richard Nisbett and his colleagues have established that people raised in Eastern and Western cultures perceive their worlds differently.
As Bargh and Shalev describe, their recent research supports previous studies of embodied cognition.
Buildings have long lives and writing their biographies seems natural, although it is rarely done.
Spurring creativity, in both design solutions and by people in spaces after they’ve been designed, are popular and hotly debated topics.
Researchers have found additional links between metaphorical expressions and how we live in our physical world.
It turns out that thinking about metaphors has a very particular influence on what our brains are doing.
Many people listen to music while working. How does it influence their ability to do cognitive tasks?
Williams and his colleagues have reviewed the content of award-winning children’s books and found that they are devoting less attention to the natural environment.