People designing and managing cities today can benefit from learning about life in ancient settlements.
Chen calculated the financial implications of urban nature.
Lee and Contreras evaluated how walkability and crime are related using data collected in Los Angeles.
Gotz and colleagues link area walkability and human personality.
Research by Ambrose and colleagues confirms the psychological benefits of gardening and supports the allocation of space to it.
Mask’s book probes the power of street names.
Iravani and Rao looked at links between New Urbanist design and health.
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Chang and Baskin-Sommers set out to learn more about how a disorderly neighborhood can influence trust.
Shepley and colleagues investigated links between urban green space and nearby crime.