Since the 1970s, overhead fluorescent lighting has been standard in most office buildings. But, organizations may want to start swapping out their fluorescent lights for newer LED technology. Not only do LEDs use less power and last longer than conventional fluorescent lighting – new research suggests they hold benefits for More
Read about the latest research published in Psychological Science: A Thousand Words Are Worth a Picture: Snapshots of Printed-Word Processing in an Event-Related Potential Megastudy Stéphane Dufau, Jonathan Grainger, Katherine J. Midgley, and Phillip J. Holcomb Several large-scale studies of word recognition have been performed; however, these studies have been behavioral More
A team of psychological scientists from Tufts University and the US Army may have found one way to improve a shaky sense of direction: applying an electric current to the brain. The research team, led by Tad T. Brunyé, found that volunteers who started the experiment with poor navigation skills More
Some people just seem to have an innate sense of direction; they never need to ask how to get somewhere or forget where they parked. Then there’s those of us who would be utterly lost in our own neighborhood without the help of GPS and turn-by-turn directions. A team of More
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