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Promote Social Behavior/Support Diversity
Humans need territories.
Designing for fun isn't as easy as you might think.
People with ASD or ADHD live better lives when places and objects they use are designed to reflect how they experience their physical world.
Gerald Clore recently won the Association for Psychological Science’s William James Fellow Award.
Kent and Thompson have assessed the literature linking urban planning and human health.
Being reminded of fast food, for example, by seeing related signs/packages or walking by fast food restaurants, affects non-food experiences.
Focus on play zones to maximize play.
Light can replace architecture.
Marzoli, Custodero, and Pagliara have identified an important reason to use shades, etc., to cut indoor glare produced by sunlight.