Walker, Rett, and Bonawitz link design cues and learning.
A large team lead by Jackson determined that languages vary in how they link emotions; their findings may be useful to people conducting research in different parts of the world, for example.
Recently completed research indicates that potential users of bike sharing services are not willing to walk much to pick up that shared bike.
Qi lead a research team that confirmed that having others nearby can be desirable in many stressful situations.
New research confirms that scents we smell as we learn and sleep influence our cognitive performance.
A study published in the medical journal The Lancet links urban design to road transport injuries.
McFarlane and colleagues have investigated, via an online survey, the sorts of sounds that alarms to wake people up can make and the repercussions of awakening to various sounds.
People in virtual reality environments regularly teleport from place to place and a team lead by Cherep studied how those movements should take place.
Meneghetti lead a team that tied wayfinding strategies to personality; these findings are especially useful when the personality profile of probable space users is available.
Kaaronen and Strelkovskii investigated how design can encourage sustainable behavior.