What physical features of a neighborhood do visitors use to assess its safety?
Increase Security-Safely/Perceived Security-Safety
People with autism spectrum disorders often wander.
The popular press encourages people to take walks to become more fit, but what physical features encourage people to walk recreationally? How can being outside during those walks, for example, improve mental health?
Designers often are called upon to develop spaces for people who’ve been up all night – from college campuses to airports.
Wann and his colleagues have conducted an experiment that again confirms that not everyone perceives the same scene in the same way.
People designing spaces that will be used in emergency situations will be interested in research recently published by Shackman and his colleagues.
Scientists working at the Max Planck Institute in Frankfurt am Main have recently completed research that will interest designers of spaces where quick environmental perception is important, for example areas used in emergency evacuations.
Nature experiences have an important influence on human attitudes and behaviors.
There is a new resource for designing urban environments for those with poor eyesight.
State borders matter, both legally and psychologically.