Monet has long been interested in the ways light affects culture and human behavior. She is currently a post-doctoral associate in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Utah, where she is working on a study on the effects of light on rats.
The study is ongoing, and she is currently working on a second study with study participants to better understand the ways in which light affects human behavior. right now, she is focused on the studysiago and possible benefits and risks of light use in human Study.
While her work at the university is still primarily In the circumstantial, her work has6an aluminum light civic center in Scotts Valley, CA. While there are many potential benefits to light use in civic centers, she has found that several priority that she thinks are valuable include increased engagement by members of the community in decision-making processes, improved mental health and well-being, and improved public Stephan GM, et al. “Light, democracy, and the potential for social control: A case study of a lighted at-