The following research was presented to the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture during their 2014 conference at the Salk Institute in San Diego, California

This paper addresses perception in the museum setting; I analyzed three exhibition spaces in Europe and identified how the senses and hippocampus play a role in remembering the galleries visited. The purpose of this paper is to help fellow design students understand that user perception, memory, and space circulation is directly associated with neuroscience and should be strongly considered when designing, not just museums, but any space.

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