Sathian and Lacey probed relationships between sensory experiences.
Research by Goldy, Jones, and Piff confirms the value of being awed; humans can be awed by a variety of conditions, including exquisite workmanship.
Gellisch and teammates probed the implications of attending classes face-to-face or remotely; their findings are likely applicable in other situations, such as workplace contexts.
Garrido-Cumbrera and colleagues’ work confirms the value of nature views.
New research confirms the value of listening to natural soundscapes.
Research by Mueller and colleagues confirms the challenges of managing noise in open-plan offices.
New research confirms the value of circadian and natural lighting.
Jiang and Sidikides identify another positive ramification of feeling awed; design can induce awe in a variety of ways, including via material use and exceptional workmanship.
Gjerde and Vale asked people walking along an urban street about their visual preferences.
Das and Gailey’s work confirms the value of exercising in green environments via data collected during the COVID-19 pandemic.