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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>
A sample of new research exploring attention to losses, filtering mechanisms in visual working memory, inhibition in feature-based attention, control over gains/losses, and pathways for spatial and temporal touch. ... More>
We frequently use words about space to describe time, and people often think about events on a left-right timeline. Researchers explore the link between mental representations of space and time. ... More>
A sample of new research exploring statistical power in mediation analyses, top-down effects (or lack thereof) on perception, and the relationship between physical rotation and mental rotation. ... More>