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Uncovering a New Angle on Mental Distance

Why does the second hour of a journey seem shorter than the first? Research suggests that the answer lies in how we’re physically oriented in space. ... More>


Observation

‘Seeing’ Without Seeing

Body movements, like waving your hand, can trigger visual sensations in the absence of visual information, meaning we may be able to "see" in the dark. ... More>


To Call a Player’s Poker Hand, Look to the Arms

While stoic faces don’t give away a self-assured poker player’s hand, a certain suaveness in the arm movements might. ... More>


Rethinking the Poker Face and Plans for a Cat in Space


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: written exposure therapy and PTSD; rest-related risk for depression; reading across orthographies; mental animation of static images; distractibility and amnesia. ... More>