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Mary Immordino-Yang and colleagues have completed an analysis of existing research and conclude that “the long-lost art of introspection – even daydreaming – my be an increasingly valuable part of life.”
Maxwell and Schectman comprehensively evaluated student perceptions of school building quality and the educational repercussions of those assessments.
De Lange and his colleagues add to a rich knowledge base linking scents and behaviors.
Research on uniform color and aggression continues.
Research conducted by Sreedhari Desai and Francesca Gino confirms the importance of the nonverbal cues we find in our physical environment.
Recent research found that reminding consumers of money, for example with visuals that include dollar signs, may not be a good idea.
Price-Spratien and Santoro’s work reaffirms the negative consequences of neighborhood incivilities.
Lederbogen and his colleagues investigated the influence of growing up in a city on the experience of social stress.
New research by Stapel and Lindenberg provides additional evidence that the condition of a physical environment has societal implications.