Options presented and choices made
Sadik and Kamardeen researched the professional implications of experiencing indoor nature (for example, inside plants, window views, pre-recorded nature sounds) and outdoor nature.
Research by Weiss and Merlo confirms the value of designing spaces to support particular moods.
The Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer is making available, at the web address noted below, an information-packed video that will be useful both to people designing lightscapes and also to anyone working from home.
Performance improves in healthier spaces
Body-Brain tie probed
Effects on performance and alertness
Research by Cao and colleagues confirms and extends research previously published by Woolley and Fishbach (2019) on the psychological implications of sharing food, particularly reaching into the same bowl (or other container) repeatedly and eating food removed.
Durkin and colleagues link seeing abstract art and more abstract thinking.
Divett assessed how being in either an activity-based flexible or open plan workplace influenced employee perceptions of performance.