Daylight and view are (mostly) good for us: Why?

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ConferenceOSRAM Webinar: Solutions for Specifiers, June 12, 2012, webcast
Physical description32 p.
SubjectDaylighting; lighting quality; glare; circadian rhythms; mood; alertness; health; well-being; residential; view; sustainability
AbstractThis one-hour webcast was based on recently released research regarding the physiological and psychological effects of windows, daylight and view. The review touched on all aspects of lighting effects on occupant health and well-being from both visual performance through non-visual processes and effects.
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PublisherNational Research Council Canada
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; Construction
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NPARC number21242584
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