People walk faster in spaces that are corridor-formed than those that are square formed.
Men and women “driving” a car in a simulator while smelling lemon exhibited significantly better braking performance than comparable individuals who did not smell lemon.
People who are depressed get lost more easily than people who are not depressed, which has repercussions for the design of signage in mental health facilities.
Watching a nature video on a larger screen is more calming than watching the same video on a smaller screen.
Smelling rosemary enhances prospective memory.
Processing pitch in music is related to processing spatial information and problems with one task can be linked to problems with the other.
When people are asked to respond to survey questions about a place, their responses are positively biased; they will judge the particular place being evaluated as superior to other places of the same type.
Both blind and sighted people have similar associations to circles and squares, indicating strong consistencies in the interpretations of these abstract shapes.
Students perform better in green schools.
People talking on cell phones as they walk are not as aware of the environments they are passing through as people not talking on cell phones while walking.