After children learn the names of colors, a different part of their brain is used to perceive color.
An optical illusion increases the likelihood of not accurately assessing the position of moving objects.
Children find different aspects of their environment significant than adults do, even if the adults are attempting to evaluate a space in the children’s context.
College students who are more frequent users of campus green spaces rate their quality of life higher than students who do not use green spaces as often.
Whether or not a baby is placed in an incubator after birth has been linked to depression levels in young adults.
The color red influences a man’s perceptions of a woman’s attractiveness.
Miller and his colleagues presented evidence at a recent American Heart Association meeting indicating that listening to favorite music has health benefits.
People form stronger associations between themselves and nature than they do between themselves and the built environment.
Multiple factors could determine an individual’s satisfaction with his/her neighborhood.
Van Patten and Williams have probed the meaning and significance of seasonal homes.