Quantitative relationships between occupant satisfaction and satisfaction aspects of indoor environmental quality and building design.

@article{Frontczak2012QuantitativeRB,
  title={Quantitative relationships between occupant satisfaction and satisfaction aspects of indoor environmental quality and building design.},
  author={Monika Joanna Frontczak and S. Schiavon and John D. Goins and Edward A. Arens and H. Zhang and Pawel Wargocki},
  journal={Indoor air},
  year={2012},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={
          119-31
        }
}
UNLABELLED The article examines which subjectively evaluated indoor environmental parameters and building features mostly affect occupants' satisfaction in mainly US office buildings. The study analyzed data from a web-based survey administered to 52,980 occupants in 351 office buildings over 10 years by the Center for the Built Environment. The survey uses 7-point ordered scale questions pertaining to satisfaction with indoor environmental parameters, workspace, and building features. The… 

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