Why Do Travelers Still Fall for Drip Pricing?
Andrew Taylor keeps falling for drip pricing. He finds a low price on an airline ticket, car rental or hotel room — and then, once he starts the booking process, the cost rises until he
Are you a member of the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP)? If so, you are eligible to apply for the annual SSCP student poster session at the APS Annual Convention. Cash awards
Apply Today: NIDCR ‘Building Bridges’ APS Convention Travel Award
The National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research’s travel award is designed to forge connections between research in psychological science and dental, oral, and craniofacial health at APS conventions.
Why your emotions and senses go haywire on a plane
When model, cookbook author and unofficial mayor of Twitter Chrissy Teigen wondered aloud on the social media platform whether there is a reason she cries more at movies while on a plane, she tapped into
Psychology Labs Worldwide Reach Out to Colleagues Affected by US Immigration Directive
More than 950 scientists around the world — including at least 25 psychological and behavioral researchers — have offered space in their facilities for US-based researchers who became stranded abroad when President Trump issued an
Why Keeping a Travel Journal Is More Valuable Than Any Photo
Condé Nast: Perhaps you’ve toured the Vatican Museum and visited the Sistine Chapel. You have a hastily snapped photo of the ceiling, of course—no better than a print in an art history book, but nonetheless