People who see themselves as generally independent from other people think that angular shapes are more attractive, and people who perceive themselves as primarily interdependent with others find rounded shapes more attractive.
Researcher Yozo Yamada advocates a method of determining routes through forested areas that increases the diversity of walkers’ sound experiences.
Humorous distractions in clinical settings can help children and adolescents better tolerate stressful or painful procedures.
Europeans are more likely to engage in and value green behaviors than Americans.
People who inhale carbon dioxide panic.
Approximately one quarter of American women with a domestic partner report that they sleep in a different bed or room than their significant other.
Ultimately, citizens design public spaces.
Being in the dark increases feelings of social stress.
The scent we smell while we assess other people influences our judgements of them.
Exposure to sunlight reduces symptoms of asthma – at least in mice.