En este apartado podrás actualizar la evidencia que sobre el tema se vaya publicando, con un breve resumen que podrá darte ideas para poder ajustar el proyecto a tus necesidades como colectivo.
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- M.E., S.P.J., N.K., et al. (2011). The use of prompts, increased accessibility, visibility, and aesthetics of the stairwell to promote stair use in a university building. Environment and behavior, 43(1), 131-139.
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