Watching this film by George C. Stoney from 1964 , today’s life in cities does not seem so different than about 40 years ago, does it?
by Stephanie Pappas | 14.01.2014 | livescence | Article link
Another example of how the environment in which we live affect our behaviour and attitudes.
Daniel Nettle, a behavioral scientist from Newcastle University, shows in his latest research study publish in 2014 how anyone gets affectes even from a brief visit to a new environment.
Source_ Tom Gilbert
by Henry Grabar | 21.09.2013 | Salon magazine | Article link
Very exhiting and interesting article about some Edinburgh architecture research that proves nature has in important role to play on tha changes our mind experiences throughout a walk.
Image_Edinburgh Meadows by Peter Warwick
by Esther M. Sternberg and Matthew A. Wilson | 20.10.2006 | Cell volum 127
Interesting article that seeks to highlight the possible common ground between Architecture and Neuroscience.
Esther M. Sternberg is also well know for other publications such Healing Spaces: The Science of Place and Well-Being and The Balance Within: The Science Connecting Health and Emotions.