New research, conducted by scientists at the University of Montreal, confirms the importance of using artwork incorporating pleasant images in healthcare settings.
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Benign, generally non-offensive smells make some individuals feel ill. Why?
Researchers have known that working in a sea of cubicles is stressful for some time, and The Mind Lab, a British research institute, has just released results of an additional study consistent with these earlier findings.
The value of restorative natural settings is well established. Little is known, though, about the potential restorative effect of well-designed urban environments.
Whether an arrowhead points to the left or to the right determines the sort of emotional response it generates in viewers.
Katie Liljenquist, a professor at Brigham Young University, recently led a study that corroborates earlier research on the importance of recognizing cultural associations to particular smells.
The results of Diaz-Serrano’s recently published survey will not surprise environmental psychologists who focus on the relationships people form with their homes.
Being exposed to lots of light at night is depressing, at least if you’re a mouse
Dutch researchers have completed a research project that supports the findings of an assortment of other studies, all indicating that there are advantages to living near green spaces.
Perceived brightness has a number of ramifications, from human energy levels to the apparent cleanliness of objects.