Podcast interview with APS Member Jay Van Bavel The “reopening” of America depends of slowing the spread of coronavirus, which in turns depends on Americans changing their behavior. Why do so many people refuse to take even small steps like wearing masks to stop the spread? NYU associate professor Jay More
In quarantine, one day smears into the next. To fight that unmoored feeling, psychologists recommend establishing a routine. The former astronaut Scott Kelly says that such a regimen helped him get through his time on the International Space Station, watching multiple sunrises a day as he orbited Earth. For the past 40 years More
Before the coronavirus pandemic began, Michael Munson’s 3-year-old son saw a group of close friends at his preschool at least a few times a week. When he wasn’t in school, he and his 1-year-old sister often played with other kids at the park. But ever since much of the world More
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