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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Post Occupany Evaluation: The Summit at First Hill AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community (DFA), Wolf Saar, AIA, Jeffrey W. Anderzhon, FAIA Mar 04, 2013
Optimizing Toilet Location for Assisted Toileting Jon Sanford, PhD (Georgia Institute of Technology), Sheila J. Bosch, PhD (Gresham, Smith and Partners) Mar 01, 2013
Controlled Natural Ventilation for Energy Efficient Buildings Tobias Schulze, Ursula Eicker Jan 31, 2013
Research summary: Effects of a Simulated Nature View in a Jail Intake Area Debajyoti Pati (Texas Tech University), Hessam Ghamari (Texas Tech University), Sipra Pati (Texas Tech University) Dec 31, 2012
Research summary: Impact of Horticultural Therapy on Psychosocial Functioning Among Urban Jail Inmates Debajyoti Pati (Texas Tech University), Kate Haenchen (Texas Tech University), Sipra Pati (Texas Tech University) Dec 31, 2012
Research summary: Prison Environments and their Impact on Older Citizens Debajyoti Pati (Texas Tech University), Hessam Ghamari (Texas Tech University), Sipra Pati (Texas Tech University) Dec 31, 2012
Innovative Learning Environments: Design Awards Meets Research Evidence Kelly Martinez, Assoc. AIA Dec 31, 2012
Research summary: Three Generations of Evaluation and Design of Correctional Facilities Debajyoti Pati (Texas Tech University), Kate Haenchen (Texas Tech University), Sipra Pati (Texas Tech University) Dec 31, 2012
Research summary: Reactions of Male and Female Inmates to Prison Confinement: Further Evidence for a Two-Component Model Debajyoti Pati (Texas Tech University), Kate Haenchen (Texas Tech University), Sipra Pati (Texas Tech University) Dec 31, 2012
Research summary: Rethinking Openness: Courthouses in the United States Debajyoti Pati (Texas Tech University), Diana Sabouni (Texas Tech University), Sipra Pati (Texas Tech University) Dec 31, 2012

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