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The sound of a television playing in the background influences how children play, even if the television is playing an adult program (such as Jeopardy!) that is of no interest to them.
The UK’s Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) has prepared an insightful report profiling ways that public spaces can be designed to accommodate global warming.
Perceived danger reduces restorative effects.
Humans have a different emotional reaction to the same piece of music when it is played by a human being and when it is played by a computer.
Adding leafy plants to junior high school classrooms is a good idea.
Closed circuit surveillance cameras may make the areas filmed more pleasant places to be.
Trash cans can be redesigned to reduce littering.
Perceptions of lighting quality in their open plan offices influence workers’ opinions about their work lives.
Children have particular concerns about hospital spaces that are designed for their use.
Research recently completed in the United Kingdom shows that being "green" is becoming the social norm.