My primary research interest centres on the underlying processes and pathologies that can influence our navigation performance,and how errors in performance can
David is a Psychology PhD student in Dr. Colin Ellard’s Urban Realities Lab.
Most of us have a favourite cafe, study spot or even a preferred path that we take to our workplace.
Colin Ellard is a professor of cognitive neuroscience and the director of its Urban Realities Laboratory, where he studies wayfinding, cognition, and emotion in the built environment.
I am focused on research that increases knowledge of how natural environments improve the well-being of individuals living in urban environments.
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For her undergraduate degree at UBC, Anna studied environmental design, a program encompassing architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design.
My research is broadly guided by the following question: how do the aesthetics of our immediate environment shape our cognition and behavior?
My research focuses on how visual perceptual processes influence the impact of the built environment on people's cognitive and physiological states