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Burro recently lead a study linking personality and preferences for various wines; it is possible that this team’s findings are applicable more broadly.
Dang and team studied how people spend time on green roofs.
A study published in the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (Diabetologia) will support better management of outdoor artificial light at night (LAN) and actions such as using black-out curtains in bedrooms.
The language we speak and the metaphors we use influence how we experience the world around us and the designed elements in it. Neuroscience research details how to recognize and respect verbal conditions while developing physical ones.
Sometimes visually minimalistic design is trendy other times maximalism prevails. Neuroscience makes a case for visual “medium-ism” (in technical terms: moderate visual complexity) and indicates the best ways to achieve it.
Both physical and mental health are linked to effective ventilation and air movement management. Neuroscience studies suggest how to manage “air” so it’s more likely that people think and act in positive ways, ones that boost their wellbeing and cognitive performance.
Neuroscientists have learned a lot about how design can help keep humans from feeling crowded.
Creating best places for kids and everyone else
Developing powerful options
Programming in relaxing stress busters