Astell-Burt and Feng linked the mental and physical health of city-dwelling people over 45 years old to the extensiveness of the tree canopies and the amount of grass near their homes.
Benita, Bansal, and Tuncer set out to learn more about the emotions people feel in public spaces.
How are crime and the amount of walking done in that area related?
Douglas, Russell, and Scott add to the body of research on resident responses to neighborhoods.
Al-Kodmany thoroughly investigated how tall buildings can support placemaking and developed ten related guidelines.
Research conducted at the University of Michigan indicates that people may decide to travel by car more frequently if they are using self-driving cars instead of human-piloted ones.
Smith’s book sheds light on the ways that cities have, can, and will support human beings as they pursue fundamental goals and motivations.
Negami and colleagues investigated the psychological repercussions of urban design.
Park probed factors linked to park use.
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