A recent study confirms the negative health effects of noise exposure and supports the use of sound insulation.
Svanas-Hoh, Sanchez, and Tsay evaluated how mood influences evaluations of music.
Research conducted by Lemon, Li, and Ali confirms that there are significant connections between our sensory experiences.
Living near a green area has been linked to less likelihood of having a stroke.
A recent study indicates that we respond differently to material presented on paper than on digital devices.
Beracci and Fabbri studied how time is perceived to map onto physical locations.
Maister and colleagues learned how subjective our assessments of our own faces and bodies are; their findings can likely be applied in other situations in which assessments are made.
Lee and Lim tie visual experiences to anticipated tastes.
He and teammates link goodness and facial attractiveness; it is possible that their findings can be applied more broadly.
Asano and colleagues learned that walking in hot outdoor environments can harm subsequent cognitive performance indoors; this finding supports creating more temperature controlled indoor walking areas in office complexes and similar locations.