Giving workers control over dimming the lighting levels in their workspaces is a good idea.
Older adults experience retail lighting differently than younger adults.
Full-spectrum light use in restaurants does not appear to influence key diner behaviors.
Cool light influences human behavior in a different way than warm light.
Exposure to blue light enhances working memory.
Experiencing light without blue rays can be beneficial.
Being in the dark increases feelings of social stress.
Lighting conditions have been linked to health outcomes.
When people working in offices are given control of the lighting fixtures in their work areas, via a wireless control system, energy use drops dramatically and employees have a positive reaction to influencing the lighting levels in their workplaces.
Providing lighting to workers that they perceive as higher quality has a positive association with their workplace experience.