Building on previous research showing that men and women have different strategies for learning how to find their way through spaces.
Male office workers participating in a recent study had more positive perceptions of an open-plan workplace than female co-workers.
Men and women “driving” a car in a simulator while smelling lemon exhibited significantly better braking performance than comparable individuals who did not smell lemon.
Men and women sitting with good posture have different responses to learning that they have performed well on an intelligence test, according to a recent study.
Shopping malls continue to be an interesting venue for wayfinding research. The conclusions, though, can be applied in a wide variety of pedestrian applications.
Men and women perceive the color red in different ways.
Recent color research has investigated relationships between the emotions and preference.