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Sharfenberger and associates evaluated the psychological implications of nearby material objects.
Living near greenspace makes it less likely that people will experience postpartum depression (PPD).
Prade and Saraglou’s work makes it clearer how awe influences how we think and behave.
Carbon probed people’s experience of art.
Recently completed research indicates that experiencing higher levels of light at night may not be healthy for pregnant people.
Berto, Barbiero, and Salingaros studied human responses to biophilic building façades.
Via a literature review McCormack, Paterson, Frehlich, and Lorenzetti add to the body of knowledge linking design to physical health.
Frigione and colleagues probed human responses to natural environments experienced virtually.
Natapov and colleagues studied how design can support emergency evacuations.
Rahal, Wells, and Evan’s research confirms the value of locating schools in greenspaces.