Schertz and Berman reviewed published studies exploring the cognitive repercussions of being exposed to nature. They determined that “exposure to a variety of natural stimuli (vs. urban stimuli) consistently improves working memory performance. . . . Overall, there is compelling evidence to support the advice of Thoreau and Murray to spend time in nature. Exposure to natural environments has been shown to improve performance on working memory, cognitive-flexibility, and attentional-control tasks.
Our attitudes towards nature evolve over our lives.
Li, Chen, and Zhang investigated links between music tempo, fatigue, and attention.
Research by Pantzar and colleagues confirms the value of supporting employee efforts to exercise,
Effects on employee bonds matter
Opinions of others affected
Brain performance affected by amount
Different times, different opinions
Cajochen and colleagues investigated the effects of using LEDs that mimic daylight on user experi