Designing for adolescents has always posed challenges; new findings from a Saragosa-Harris lead team are useful in this context.
Biliciler, Raghunathan, and Ward evaluated how disorder influences product assessments.
Park, Kim, Lee, and Heo studied how thoughts about nature evolved during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marquet and colleagues link area walkability and greenness to the activity levels of users.
Van der Groen and colleagues link sensory experiences and learning outcomes.
Chen, Ruttan, and Feinberg studied how art becomes sacred and their findings are likely applicable to other sorts of objects/situations.
Spence studied art linked to bodily sensations.
Abrams writes about online trials, but her text includes insights into factors that legal professionals find significant in physical courtrooms.
Ronda and de Gracia investigated how workplace aesthetics influence decisions to join an organization.
Colenberg and colleagues studied available privacy and workplace satisfaction.