Sunder shares thought-provoking insights that will be valuable to any one designing patient rooms, particularly semi-private ones.
De Groot evaluated how in-store scents influence shopping behavior.
Recently, lots of attention has focused on meetings, and we’ve all learned to Zoom. Future in-meeting experiences will continue to significantly affect both individual and organizational wellbeing and performance. Neuroscience research can be used to encourage at-meeting situations with advantageous outcomes.
Workplace design can make worker burnout less likely and employee engagement more probable—neuroscience research details not only why but also how.
Biophilic design has been extensively investigated by neuroscientists in the few short decades since the phrase “biophilic design” was first uttered. 24 of the most intriguing and useful of their studies are profiled here.
Comprehensibility, manageability, and meaningfulness key
Better futures, via the past
Watkins, Patel, and Antoine’s work signals the value of healthy eating at work and the consequences of supporting it.
Zhang and colleagues’ work confirms links between feeling awed and thinking creatively.