Richard Mooney and Stephen Shea, researchers at Duke University, have found out why scents are important triggers of long term memories of other individuals.
Scientists at IBM’s Watson Research Center in Cambridge, MA have created an interactive website where researchers can use innovative tools to visualize data they have collected (web address below).
Frances Kuo and Andrea Faber Taylor, professors at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, have determined that children with ADHD can pay attention better after a 20-minute walk in a park than after a walk of the same length in a downtown area or in a residential neighborhood.
Ozcan Vieira’s doctoral dissertation (Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands) focused on the influence of product sounds on human responses to objects.
Carney and his colleagues have analyzed the appearance of offices belonging to people who are politically liberal and to people who are politically conservative.
Researchers from the Center for the Built Environment at the University of California, Berkeley, have prepared a case study of the earth friendly building that houses the Carnegie Institute for Global Ecology at Stanford University.
Recent research by Finnis and Walton contradicts information from previous studies, which reported that walking speed was related to city size, with people living in larger communities generally walking faster than people in more rural areas.
Pedestrians and cyclists over the age of 70 prefer different features in the routes they are traveling along than walkers and cyclists who are 40-49 years old.
Floyd and his colleagues assessed activity levels in 28 different parks in Tampa and Chicago.
Since there have been cars, some people have been saying that the fronts of those cars look like faces and express personality.