Research by Jin, Jin, and Kang confirms that there are complex interrelationships between our sensory experiences.
Older individuals whose homes are more accessible are less likely to feel depressed, according to a recently published study.
Walsh and de la Fuente assessed how people manage their at-home acoustic experiences and the repercussions of those actions.
Visual complexity has a powerful effect on how humans process and use information from their physical world. Higher levels of visual complexity, visual disorder, and clutter degrade physical and psychological experiences. Designing in moderate visual complexity elevates human behavior, cognitive performance, and health.
The Transdisciplinary Workplace Research Network met September 16-19 in Frankfurt Germany. A number of timely, compelling, applicable sets of research findings were presented; that material is shared here.
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