Reminders of the passage of time cause us to think differently.
Follow Behavioral Norms
The designed and social environments (and the relationships between them) that effect mental and physical wellbeing in neighborhoods and among neighbors are carefully explored by Brower.
Culture influences effect of expansive postures on perceptions of power.
Urban planners are regularly charged with creating “communities where a diverse group of residents not only live close to one other but also interact freely – in other words, neighborhoods that are both integrated and socially cohesive.”
Adding pleasant scents to environments may not always be a good idea.
When we are exposed to cues that make us think about being warm, we’re more apt to behave impulsively, whether we actually feel warm or not.
Chae and Zhu studied the psychological implications of being in disorganized or cluttered places.
People designing spaces in which donations will be sought can apply research done by Mehta and his team.
Sitting in an expansive posture has previously been linked with feeling powerful.
Scientists have learned more about how individuals communicate via scents.