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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.

2005 - Issue 3

The current study indicates that the influence of ambient odor in retail spaces is influenced by the number of shoppers in an area, and that the positive influence of pleasant odors is only found when a moderate number of shoppers are present.

2005 - Issue 3

Although studies have shown how neighborhood features can affect the activity of adults, less is known about how these features might affect young adults. Researchers studied the physical activity of Boy Scouts (10–14 years of age) around their Houston homes.

2005 - Issue 3

Researchers have determined that pregnant women value perceived hominess in a birthing center and have identified several features that contribute to a perception of hominess.

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