The resource mental/behavioral facility designer/managers have been waiting for
Nielsen and Mullins collected information from hospitalized patients about their preferences for art in healthcare facilities.
Two studies presented at the 2017 meeting of the Environmental Design Research Association link more visual contact between health care workers and enhanced employee performance.
Nielsen and her team investigated the sorts of art preferred by hospital patients.
A research team lead by Huckels-Baumgart found that separate medication rooms in hospitals are a good investment.
The last place can be a good place
Tanja-Dijkstra and her colleagues linked seeing coastal scenes via virtual reality and experiencing less pain (even during dental treatments such as tooth extractions and fillings).
A press release from Nagoya University indicates that seeing ourselves while we eat affects how much food we consume.
Papalambros and her team have learned that hearing pink noise while sleeping can enhance sleep quality and memory performance the day after the pink noise is heard among older individuals.
Smell orange, feel less stress