How can parking lot lighting help people in those lots at night feel safe?
Increase Security-Safely/Perceived Security-Safety
Wang, Liao, Lyckvi, and Chen studied the different implications of using visual and auditory alarms.
Trujillo and Howley looked at relationships between climate and crime levels; their findings indicate the importance of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) in Torrid Zones and of tailoring CPTED features to an area.
Arnal and teammates probed what sorts of sounds alarm humans.
Design can encourage us to feel physically safer and more secure. Studies published in the last 15 years by cognitive scientists highlight the range of design elements that influence whether we feel safe and secure, or not.
Hu, Rosa, and Andersonstudied the feasibility of using yellow in situations where safety is important and found it is a good option when timely visibility is important.
Pedestrians’ apparent lack of awareness of their surroundings may not raise safety issues.
McDougall and colleagues investigated the best sorts of sounds to use as medical alarms.
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Places where children feel safe