Beeler and colleagues set out to learn more about how opinions are formed.
Huang, Wang, and Chan investigated how image sizes on packages influence assessments of contents; their findings may be applicable more broadly.
Kah and teammates gathered information that can be immediately applied by people in the travel industry, among others.
Crawford and Juricevic studied the use of metaphors in art.
Researchers have determined how sleep deprivation influences impressions formed of faces; it is likely that their findings can be extended to other contexts.
In a study with applications beyond the specific research question investigated, Garay, Perez, and Pulga probed responses to color palettes used in paintings.
Gore and colleagues studied the effects of seeing art on anxiety among cancer patients.
Ouyang and colleagues learned how significantly the way product options are presented influences impressions formed; their findings are likely applicable more generally than the specific context investigated.
Cosgun and associates set out to learn how wall coverings influence perceptions of cafés.
Sirolo and team investigated how moving from private offices to an activity-based workplace influences work environment satisfaction one year after the move.