Our attitudes towards nature evolve over our lives.
Improve Mood/Increase Feelings of Wellbeing
Benita, Bansal, and Tuncer set out to learn more about the emotions people feel in public spaces.
Links to reduced tension among people waiting
The professional implications of dynamic office workstations (DOWs) were evaluated by Schellewald, Kleinert, and Ellegast.
Cajochen and colleagues investigated the effects of using LEDs that mimic daylight on user experience.
White and colleagues investigated how much exposure to nature we need to remain healthy and happy.
Multiple important studies related to visual complexity, disorder, and clutter, completed by neuroscientists, cognitive scientists, and similar researchers, have been published in 2014 and later years.
Factors linked to desired responses
Places where children feel safe
Visits to parks and natural areas have long been known to provide mental and psychological benefits. Supporting ecological diversity within those human-managed areas is often another important goal. More research is now being done on how those two aims may differ or align.