Lederbogen and his colleagues investigated the influence of growing up in a city on the experience of social stress.
You’ve just returned from NeoCon or some other convention/conference with scads of new business cards, and you intend to maintain relationships with the owners of those cards and the others in your database.
Skype recently underwrote a survey of 1,000 technology-empowered workers in the United States on the future of work and the workplace.
Healthcare and security workers are often called upon to visually search for objects when they are stressed.
Research that will be published in December in the Journal of Consumer Research, authored by Dan King and Chris Janiszewski, indicates that human mood influences the experience of pleasure.
Office Snapshots (at the address below) continues to share photographs of offices (home and firm-owned) with visitors to their site.
Research recently completed confirms the influence of workplace design on stress levels, even away from work.
Kralik, Khan, Levin, and Dobson analyzed the behavior of male rhesus macaques monkeys when they could see the color red.
Eric Heyman investigated environments in which people and birds thrive.
Speaking at the 2011 meeting of the Environmental Design Research Association, Martin Hodulak reviewed his research with workers about spaces in which they need to be innovative.