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When humans need to concentrate on information that they are receiving through one sense, they filter or ignore information that is being received through other senses.
Internet–based surveys can be very useful. Gardner recently collected data for her dissertation project via the Internet and offers suggestions for using the Internet to conduct research.
Older adults are not more likely to be affected by visual and audio distractions than younger people.
Psychological considerations carry more weight with consumers than economic issues when they are deciding whether to rent or to purchase a home, according to recent research conducted by Ben-Shahar.
Adding open bookshelves to a room make it appear more spacious than another room of the same size without open bookshelves.
People who see themselves as generally independent from other people think that angular shapes are more attractive, and people who perceive themselves as primarily interdependent with others find rounded shapes more attractive.
Researcher Yozo Yamada advocates a method of determining routes through forested areas that increases the diversity of walkers’ sound experiences.
Humorous distractions in clinical settings can help children and adolescents better tolerate stressful or painful procedures.
Europeans are more likely to engage in and value green behaviors than Americans.
People who inhale carbon dioxide panic.