Adults often have widely different responses to designed situations that are stressful, and recent research by Patrick Davies and Melissa Sturge-Apple found a similar effect in children.
Novotney reviews recent research on the psychological experience of noise.
Evidence continues to accumulate linking experiences in nature with human well-being at a fundamental level.
Lederbogen and his colleagues investigated the influence of growing up in a city on the experience of social stress.
Research recently completed confirms the influence of workplace design on stress levels, even away from work.
The benefits of nature exposure are clear.
A recent press release from the University of Illinois discusses important links between green spaces and health, with a focus on research done by Frances Kuo, a professor there.
The effect of music in the workplace? It depends.
Walsh has investigated the relationship between lifestyle and mental health.
The popular press encourages people to take walks to become more fit, but what physical features encourage people to walk recreationally? How can being outside during those walks, for example, improve mental health?