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Men and women have different preferences for the design of products, in general.
Recent research has linked aesthetic fluency to an aspect of personality known as “openness to experience.”
Telecommuting has many positive psychological benefits for employees.
Although research has regularly shown that memorizing in general is environment dependent, memorizing music may not be.
Older adults experience retail lighting differently than younger adults.
Full-spectrum light use in restaurants does not appear to influence key diner behaviors.
Some people are better at recognizing places than other people.
People who visit natural places (such as woodlands) more frequently as children are more apt to value visits to green spaces as adults.
When information is presented visually, the typeface used for the name of a location influences estimates of the distance to that location.
Cool light influences human behavior in a different way than warm light.