This study investigates the interaction between human and cats as the means to explore positive impacts of cats on people. The sample of the study is constituted at IUE main cafeteria. The study was conducted in the fall of 2013-2014 academic years. To collect data about these subjects, case study method was applied. During the process of case study, the observation technique was utilized to understand human-cat interaction. The study outcome proposed a design framework to improve the interaction between human and cats to overcome with stress in work and educational life like exams. The design therefore contributes to the improvement of psychological and physical health.
& Büküşoğlu, D.
Improving human-cat interactions: Designing an environment to cope with stress at work and educational areas.
Design Process Investigation, 1(1).
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