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Zhang and colleagues link specific work activities and energy levels; their findings may be useful to designers developing at-work break/refreshment zones, for example.
Darda and colleagues probed how culture influences preference for art.
People who are lonely may, literally, perceive the world around them differently than individuals who are not lonely.
Aleem and Grzywacz studied how our aesthetic preferences change as time passes.
Buckley found that different birdsongs have different effects on our mental health.
Hammoud and colleagues identified positive consequences of seeing or hearing birds.
Liu and colleagues conducted a literature review to better understand how people over 60 years old experience virtual nature.
Merrill and associates studied musical preferences; it is likely that their findings are applicable more broadly.
Rizzo and team’s work confirms how much language used influences conclusions drawn.
How does how we’re moving or where we're standing while looking at art influence our responses to that art?