Young Men Break Social-Distancing Rules Way More Than Young Women
Lockdown has been hard for many, including teens who had flown the nest and suddenly had to fly back home. A new survey by a team from the University of Sheffield and Ulster University in
Americans Didn’t Wait For Their Governors To Tell Them To Stay Home Because Of COVID-19
APS Member/Author: Kyle Bourassa A favorite new debate taking place around the Twitter hearth is whether complying with social distancing guidelines is a partisan statement in and of itself. Blue states, such as Washington and
Faces, Faces Everywhere
One of the mostly forgotten chestnuts of the newspaper racket was the photograph, always on the first snowy day of the year, of some frozen formation that resembled a human face. After seeing those pictures
Social Isolation’s High Physical and Psychological Toll
When Newton, Mass., closed its schools in mid-March to help stop the spread of coronavirus, Nataly Kogan was thrilled. No more rushing to get breakfast. Her 15-year-old daughter, Mia, could sleep in. The two did
Back Page: From Antarctica to Mars
Pedro Marques Quinteiro studies how teams work in space-analogue situations to predict and improve future work in space stations.
How Do We Get to Mars? (And How Do We Stay Psychologically Healthy in the Process?)
Mars missions are likely to last
30+ months. The Translational
Research Institute for Space Health wants to find and fund disruptive, breakthrough approaches that reduce risks to astronauts’ psychological and behavioral health and performance.