Older and younger adults look at positively and negatively associated images at different times.
Prof Burney Fischer and graduate student Brian Steed of Indiana University have carefully considered how to encourage effective management of street trees (trees along municipal streets).
A study of pre-Baby Boomers/ early Baby Boomers (ages 50-75) living in Portland Oregon indicates that certain neighborhood features are related to increased obesity among residents.
Fawcett and his colleagues provide details to flesh out the long acknowledged differences in the visual preferences of architects and building users.
The National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions recently released a report, Evidence for Innovation, Transforming Children’s Health through the Physical Environment, that reports, in detail, on the relationship between the physical environment and care outcomes for pediatric patients.
Kang and Guerin found that some interior design projects are much more likely to be green than others.
Nisbet, Zelenski, and Murphy have identified relationships between connection to the natural world and personality.
Olympic athletes given the choice should select red uniforms over blue ones.
Allen and his colleagues researched the relationship between the perceived flavor of foods and the consistency of those foods with values promoted by the people eating them.
Hans Monderman developed strategies to calm (slow to safe speeds) traffic in several city centers, and Vanderbilt outlines the basics of these successful programs.