Researchers have evaluated what people from different cultures categorize as creative.
Researchers have learned that too much similarity among survey questions can lead to the collection of lower quality data.
McDonald, Bockler, and Kanske studied how hearing different sorts of music influences our thinking about other people.
Chang and colleagues investigated factors that contribute to spending time in nature.
Seo evaluated responses to service robots in hotels.
Brandes and Dover evaluated how weather conditions influence user reviews; their findings may not come as too much of a surprise to anyone who’s ever collected user feedback.
Nanayakkara and colleagues studied links between activity-based workplace design and organizational culture via interviews and surveys.
Cooper and associates probed why people use indoor air purifiers in their homes.
Sands and colleagues researched how urban planners believe design can drive city success.
The Architecture of Health – Hospital Design and the Construction of Dignity distills and presents Murphy’s (and MASS’s) insights into hospital design.