Pfeifer and Wittmann investigated how humans think when a space is silent.
Kim and Maher studied metaphors that support the development of smart environments, i.e., spaces where technology is embedded.
Organizations concerned about the wellbeing of their members now have another issue to consider.
Williams and colleagues evaluated preferences for various painting techniques.
Nakano and Tanabe studied reactions to air temperature in urban semi-outdoor environments, such as atria, terraces, and sidewalk eating areas.
Chen, He, and Yu investigated the brain mechanics underlying attention restoration.
Iravani and Rao looked at links between New Urbanist design and health.
Xu, Chen, Li and Menassa investigated environmentally responsible behavior in offices.
Pizzi and colleagues investigated the implications of experiencing retail environments physically and virtually.
Usrey and colleagues investigated how being described as environmental responsible influences perceptions of product effectiveness.