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2006 - Issue 1

People who walk for health may prefer different features in the environment than do those who commute by foot.

2006 - Issue 1

After a review of empirical research, as opposed to popular sentiment, researchers can state definitively that in an acute-care setting private rooms provide several benefits.

2006 - Issue 1

Researchers in Melbourne, Australia, have determined the distribution of native and exotic birds differed in four general types of urban habitats. 

2006 - Issue 1

Several surveys by professional organizations may indicate that the era of the “Not So Big” house may have dawned.

2005 - Issue 3

Just as researchers are investigating how neighborhood characteristics affect pedestrian behavior, similar research is investigating how features of the physical environment affect driving behavior.

2005 - Issue 3

Researchers conducted studies in the United Kingdom to determine how elements of the physical work environment influence employees’ physical and mental well-being.

2005 - Issue 3

As always, from HortScience to the Journal of Business Research to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, we find useful research-based information for you.

On another front, we have changed our office location to Millfield, Ohio outside Athens. To accommodate this one-time disruption, we have combined our Summer and Fall issue. Our next issue will be our Winter issue in January 2006.

2005 - Issue 3

'Green nature' may be sought more often than 'natural water' when experiencing negative moods.

2005 - Issue 3

New research on pedestrian dynamics offers insight to designers who need to design facilities and spaces for the possibility of quick evacuations.

2005 - Issue 3

The pairings of slower music and higher shopper density, or faster music and lower shopper density, lead to different shopper evaluations of their shopping trips.

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