Westerhoff has effectively summarized existing research on how personality changes during the course of our lives.
Adding photos of patients’ faces to medical files increases the empathy that radiologists reviewing those files feel for the patients shown and the care with which the doctors assess patient information.
Kingston Heath, professor of historical preservation at the University of Oregon, discussed situated regionalism at the annual meeting of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments.
McDermott, Lehr, and Oxenham investigated the processes people use to recognize music and other sounds.
When human beings become disoriented in a space, what cues do they use to reorient themselves?
Green design features are a very important consideration for people considering buying homes in master-planned communities.
Tenants’ responses to the people who manage their apartment complexes have a significant influence on their satisfaction with those complexes.
Sugiyama and his colleagues investigated which attributes of neighborhood open spaces influence health, life satisfaction, and walking (outdoor activity) for older individuals.
People tend to travel from one place to another using the same route, time after time.
Semenza and March researched the influence of straightforward community based interventions on the quality of life in urban neighborhoods.