Singh and colleagues reviewed the existing research on adolescent physical activity and academic performance.
Well-informed designers know that children do not respond to spaces simply as short adults, and researchers have been carefully investigating walking to school, daylight preferences, and traffic crossing dangers for children.
Costa investigated the tendency of people to sit in the same seat each time they are in a public space.
Recent research indicates that brief, brisk (but not running) walks can enhance our ability to remember things.
Designers are regularly asked to create spaces for confidential conversations to take place.
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Designers can have a significant influence on the level of acoustical shielding between spaces and new research indicates just how important that shielding can be.
People with autism spectrum disorders often wander.
Johansson and his colleagues have studied how important music selection is when it is broadcast in areas where people are trying to concentrate.
As snow covers most of North America, and office workers’ views of nearby nature are shrouded under a thick white blanket, thoughts turn to potted plants in offices.