Evolving waterside walks
Improve Mood/Increase Feelings of Wellbeing
Africa, Heerwagen, Loftness, and Balagtas identify ways that biophilic design can support the wellbeing of people and the planet.
Research conducted by Felix and Cavazotte confirms that workplace personalization can have psychological benefits.
Stenling and colleagues investigated the effects of climbing stairs on mental performance and mood and their findings generally support design that encourages people to take the stairs.
Glasgow and teammates evaluated mood during travel by contacting people periodically during their journeys via their phones.
Nearby greenery has again been linked to mental wellbeing.
Staats and Groot investigated where solo individuals choose to sit in a crowded café when there are already people sitting in some of the coffee house seats.
Lymeus, Lindberg, and Hartig assessed mindfulness training in different environments.
User wellbeing linked to messages sent
Astell-Burt and Feng linked the mental and physical health of city-dwelling people over 45 years old to the extensiveness of the tree canopies and the amount of grass near their homes.