Psychological Processes Influencing Lighting Quality

@inproceedings{Veitch2001PsychologicalPI,
  title={Psychological Processes Influencing Lighting Quality},
  author={Jennifer A. Veitch},
  year={2001}
}
Veitch and Newsham proposed a behaviorally-based model for lighting quality research, in which individually-based processes mediate the relationships between luminous conditions and such behavioral outcomes as task performance, mood, social behavior, aesthetic judgements and satisfaction. This review paper summarizes the state of knowledge concerning mediating psychological processes: perceived control, attention, environmental appraisal, and affect. These processes were selected because of… CONTINUE READING

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