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Rossel and teammates’ research confirms that many factors influence what we see.
Eneix reports on recent developments in the field of archaeoacoustics in an intriguing article—her work confirms that there are lots of people out there studying interesting things.
Bafna and colleagues studied how home design can support the wellbeing of older individuals (mean age of participants in their study was 69.5).
There's been much talk about workplace design as people return to work in corporate offices. A lot of neuroscience research has been thoughtfully applied over time to make those offices more likely to elevate wellbeing as well as performance. Let users know how you’ve put research to work in their offices by sharing the information in this article.
Being in a place that seems too small or too large is stressful, and stress has negative effects on our quality-of-life, how we think and behave. Neuroscience research can help us right-size perceptions of the places where we find ourselves and deal with space size related stress.
Personality, gender, and professional training all have significant effects on how humans experience the physical world that surrounds them, how they process the information that flows from it into their brains. Neuroscience research makes it clear how design can support positive experiences for different personalities, genders, and types of professional expertise.
Workplace design can reduce the likelihood of worker burnout—neuroscience research shows how.
Rigorous research with users
A case for their use