Public health advocates encourage people to ride bicycles and exercise in general to prevent obesity – but what is it like to experience an urban environment while pedaling?
Price-Spratien and Santoro’s work reaffirms the negative consequences of neighborhood incivilities.
Designers are regularly asked to create spaces for confidential conversations to take place.
Pham and his colleagues have determined that when consumers are relaxed, their monetary valuations of products are higher.
Glaeser systematically makes a case for cities.
The Economist reviews a recent article published by Lior Shamir in Leonardo discussing computer-based analyses of artistic styles.
Schwitzgebel neatly distinguishes sensation, or absorbing sensory information from the physical environment, and perception, or interpreting that information.
In a soon to be published article in Psychological Science, researchers at Rutgers University (Mauricio Delgado and Lauren Leotti) confirm the psychological power of making choices.
Recent research by Carter and his colleagues adds to our understanding of how symbols present influence attitudes and behaviors.
Xu and her colleagues have collected additional evidence to support conceptual metaphor theory.