Underground and Windowless Spaces: A Neuroscience Approach
Sep 23, 2016
This research examines how (i) working in windowless environments (WLE) / underground spaces (UGS) influences (positively or negatively) human psychology, cognition, performance and well-being, (ii) critical aspects of human health are affected by such environments (such as circadian rhythms, including core body temperature), and (iii) general attitudes and lay beliefs towards working in UGS.
2016 ANFA Conference (Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA)
Published & professionally reviewed by:
Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture
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