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In a recent issue of Nature, Tuan reviews The Power of Place: Geography, Destiny and Globalization’s Rough Landscapes by Harm de Blij.
Mead and his colleagues assessed factors that encourage stair use.
Susan Rodiek has developed an instrument to assess staff and resident experience of outdoor spaces at assisted living facilities.
Some people can’t help getting lost.
Dreams are affected by what people smell as they dream.
Systolic blood pressure in seniors is significantly reduced when individuals listen either to Mozart or to a binaural recording of ocean waves coupled with a voice encouraging listeners to relax.
Researchers from Wageningen University (The Netherlands) and corporate sponsors are discretely observing diners in a specially outfitted “Restaurant of the Future.”
In 2007, the Project for Public Spaces (PPS) investigated ways to increase the diversity of people using parks and similar places (“Placemaking in a Pluralistic World: Using Public Spaces to Encourage and Celebrate Social Diversity”).
This beautifully illustrated volume will be inspirational to environmental psychologists as well as designers of all sorts.
Preferred urban water features have consistent attributes.