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Clay, writing in the Monitor on Psychology, reports information indicating that neither adults nor children can effectively perform several tasks at the same time.
Sometimes thinking too much before making a decision is a bad idea.
Recent research at Tel Aviv University has shown that many children who are generally anxious have balance problems.
In an interesting set of experiments, Mishra has shown that people believe that object attributes are contagious.
Gifts of financial or other assets are more highly valued when they are received from family members than from other people.
The patterns of beats in music have been shown to influence people psychologically.
TAES (Towards An Excellent Service) “is a free diagnostic tool that allows an organization to define for itself how it is performing against a model of best [park] management practice.
What sorts of spaces seem most restorative for college students?
Song and Schwarz have assessed the relationship between how easy it is to pronounce the name of something, and how risky it seems.
Play England, the United Kingdom’s Department for Children, Schools and Families, and DCMS have identified straightforward principles for the design of successful play areas.