Supportive Literature (FSL)

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  • Full-Spectrum Lighting, Healthier and positive mood, Improving Well-Being (Less dental decay).

Student Performance in Daylit Schools: Analysis of the Performance of Students in Daylit Schools is studied by Nicklas, M. H., Bailey, G. B. (1996).


  • Impact of full spectrum lighting on students age.

Light, Radiation, and Academic Behavior is studied by Mayron, W. L., Ott, J., Nations, R., Mayron, E. L. (1974).


  • Effect of warm white, cool white, and full spectrum fluorescent lighting on students performance.

Effects of warm white, cool white and full-spectrum fluorescent lighting on simple cognitive performance, mood and ratings of others is studied by Boray, P., Gifford, R., Rosenblood, L. (1989)


  • Nonvisual effect of light on students.

https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/27541979.pdf Effects of School Lighting on Physical Development and School Performance is studied by Hathaway, WE. (1995).]


  • Comparison of student achievement between movement and circulation, daylighting, and views.

Effects of school design on student outcomes is studied by Tanner, C. K. (2009).


  • Improvement in vision, perception, and cognitive performance with full- spectrum fluorescent lighting.

A critical examination of perceptual and cognitive effects attributed to full-spectrum fluorescent lighting is studied by Veitch J. A., McColl, S. L. (2001).


  • Effect of color and light on learning.

Color and Light Effects on Learning is studied by Grangaard, E. M. (1995).


  • Artificial Lighting, Fluorescent Lighting, Day Light, acoustic, thermal comfort, indoor air quality, building age, aesthetics, school and class size.

Do School Facilities Affect Academic Outcomes? is studied by Schneider, M. (2002).


  • The impact of full spectrum classroom lighting on health.

Full-Spectrum Classroom Light and Sickness in Pupils is studied by London, W. P. (1987).