Salutogenic design: The neurological basis of health-promoting environments
Golembiewski, Jan A. (2012) Salutogenic design: The neurological basis of health-promoting environments. World Health Design: Architecture, Culture, Technology, 5(3), pp. 62-69.
All architecture embodies narratives that may either support or work against a state of good health. Neurological theory can be used to explain why salutogenic environments work, and how they can improve health outcomes.
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