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The smell of burning frankincense has been scientifically shown to reduce anxiety and depression.
The direction in we learn to read and write determines our interpretation of power in viewed scenes.
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) has prepared a comprehensive tool that can be used to assess the quality of the design of homes and neighborhoods.
Recent research by Santangelo and Spence is the first to show empirically that if you are trying to get people to look in a certain direction, it is best to provide them with both audio and visual information that causes them to look in that direction, instead of either an audio or a visual cue alone.
Sometimes resident participation in the design process is not best.
Jerrard and his colleagues studied the new product development lifecycle at small creative companies to learn more about willingness to take risks at those firms.
The Brookings Institute has identified the cities in the United States with the most walkable urban places per million residents.
Researchers have established a geometric way to represent musical sounds.
The National Geographic Society sponsored a study that investigated environmentally sustainable consumption and behavior by consumers in 14 countries around the world.
When we move our heads quickly while listening to a sound, the sound seems to be coming from the direction in which our head is turning.