Men have better visual-spatial skills than women.
Researchers from Wageningen University (The Netherlands) and corporate sponsors are discretely observing diners in a specially outfitted “Restaurant of the Future.”
Men and women prefer different product forms.
In girls, language processing is more abstract and in boys it is more sensory.
The design of the physical environment determines how successfully men and women can repeat a behavior they have learned.
Men and women have different preferences for the design of products, in general.
Mirrors in exercise environments have been associated with negative psychological states.
Women prefer redder colors than men do.
Men and women differ in their responses to hotel room design.
People with particular demographic and personality profiles tend to prefer certain sorts of art.