Women, men, and safety concerns
‘Tis the season of assembling stuff, of all sorts.
Researchers continue to research gender and spatial thinking and their findings are applicable when wayfinding aids are being developed.
Women are more likely to enroll in computer science classes when they feel comfortable in the physical environments in which computer science courses are taught.
People in general, and men in particular, seem to sleep better when they have more exposure to natural environments.
Blue light seems to curb men’s appetites, but not women’s.
Living near a major road doesn’t seem to be good for women.
Researchers Justin Moss and Jon Maner of Florida State University have conducted research that again illustrates what interesting creatures humans are.
When a space or an object is more likely to be used by one gender, its design can be customized to promote well-being.
Ingalhaliker and her team studied differences between male and female brains.