People tend to reflexively assume that fun events will go by really quickly.
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A new study finds that the feeling is pervasive – and can change the way trips are planned and how money is spent.
How can both be sure the other hit it out?
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Sports fans see it all the time: two people arguing about a split-second difference in who did what. New research suggests human beings have a bias to perceive their own actions as happening sooner.
Understanding why time seems to speed up under certain conditions could reveal when we really feel responsible for our actions.
Abracadabra: words can make the invisible visible.
Words that make objects appear from thin air are generally the stuff of the magical worlds of Harry Potter or The Hobbit. But a new experiment has been shown that words can make objects easier to recognise…
Researchers have challenged the current understand of the psychological processes behind waiting. They analysed data from…