Why does going somewhere always seem to take more...
Three studies confirm the existence of the return trip effect: The return trip often seems shorter than the initial trip, even though the distance traveled and the actual time spent traveling are identical. A pretest shows that people indeed experience a return trip effect regularly, and the effect was found on a bus trip (Study 1), a bicycle trip (Study 2), and when participants watched a video...
Brain scans of happy people help explain their... →
Happiness Really Is in the Little Things
You can’t put a butterfly in a jar if the effort’s too high.– Lou Reed