In March of 2010 Gloria Mark spoke about her multi-tasking research at a PARC forum, and a video of her address is available at the website, below.
Horwitz-Bennett has assessed healthcare design across countries.
Even being exposed to dim light during the night can increase rates of weight gain.
Recent research conducted at Johns Hopkins has revealed that looking at nature scenes while hearing nature sounds can help reduce even extreme pain.
A recent series of experiments in mice indicates that the calming environments created for cancer patients may need some livening up.
The design of physical environments can reinforce or help change opinions about organizations.
The Pennsylvania State Hershey Cancer Institute, designed by Payette, has won the Generative Space Health Improvement Award, presented by the CARITAS Project.
While participating in a panel discussion (titled: Psychiatric Facility Design: An International Tour) at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo on September 15, Fiona de Vos, PhD, discussed the findings of a post-occupancy evaluation she conducted of an inpatient psychiatric hospital in the Netherlands.
Researchers have recently studied preferred bedroom design, and their findings support conclusions that have been drawn by biophilic design experts.
Gibson and McDaniel have studied organizational behavior using a cross-cultural perspective.