Liu, Yin, and Liang, in research relevant to art selection and other design decisions, have learned that we prefer to see things clearly.
Mastandrea, Wagoner, and Hogg looked at links between where people live and art preferences.
Our attitudes towards nature evolve over our lives.
What do children think is important at pediatric hospitals?
Huang and colleagues studied preferences for different lighting conditions.
Hubner and Fillinger investigated how the apparent balance and stability of elements in images influenced how much they were liked.
Townsend and Barton link our current responses to various sorts of trees to our experiences as a young species.
Places where children feel safe
Kids and adults have similar preferences
Benoit and colleagues investigated how product type influences responses to retail store options.