Isabella is a PhD candidate with the School of Architecture & Built Environment and the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit. Her research examines whether the design characteristics of interior built environments modulate neural networks involved in emotion regulation.Read more on Isabella's profile
Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society (Member)
Students of Brain Research (Member, 2019 President)
Built environment & neurophysiology, environmental psychology, environmental enrichment
Bower, I. (2020, September 14). Architecture with Feeling: Measuring emotional and neurophysiological responses to the built environment. In Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture (ANFA), Sensing Spaces, Perceiving Place 2020 Virtual Conference (Online).
2018 Creativity and Innovation Grant, Creative Futures Ltd
Architecture with Feeling: Measuring emotional and neurophysiological response to the built environment
This study examines whether the design characteristics of interior built environments modulate neural networks involved in emotion regulation. This research will help us understand how to design interior spaces for optimal mental health.
Isabella Bower, Richard Tucker, Peter Enticott
(2019), Vol. 66, pp. 1-11, Journal of environmental psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1
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