Koohsari and colleagues studied how worker perceptions of workplace layouts influence how active they are during the day.
Song and Sela have determined via six experiments that people make different choices when using a smartphone than when selecting from options using another tool.
Grant and colleagues investigated falls in care homes by elderly (mean age 81 +/- 12 years old) residents.
Monroy and Keltner’s work confirms the value of feeling awed; people can be awed in various ways, including, for example, via viewing extraordinary workmanship or materials.
Shank and teammates probed listener responses to music after attributing its composition to either artificial intelligence or a human.
Chen and colleagues investigated how experiencing psychological ownership influences performance; it is likely that their findings are relevant more broadly.
Francesconi and colleagues studied links between environmental conditions and child development.
Wigert and teammates probed core elements of the creative process.
Research by Schaap and colleagues confirms that not all judgments are as objective as we might like to believe.
Ramezi and colleagues studied how design and brand image are related.