Thinking about time as a cycle of recurring experiences — think Bill Murray in the movie Groundhog Day — may help us to put more money away into our savings.
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.
Data from over 132 countries suggest that religiosity may help to explain why residents of poorer nations report finding greater meaning in life, despite lower life satisfaction.
For people in poverty, remembering better times — such as past success — improves cognitive functioning and increases their willingness to seek help from crucial aid services.
Americans’ perceptions of income inequality are largely over-inflated when compared with actual census data, according to new research.