Sun, Lian, and Lan probed professional performance under varying lighting conditions using a variety of research methodologies.
Research indicates that as lighting levels decrease, people drive more quickly.
Light levels affects types of products preferred
Controlling without disrupting seems best
Information that matters for people who care about light, wherever it is
Research conducted by Choi and team confirms that experiencing cooler light is energizing.
Pairing bright/dim and warm/cool
Interrelated experiences identified
Nuanced, sophisticated ways to manage light
Valdimarsdottir and colleagues studied depression levels among a hospitalized group; they linked lighting conditions and depression.