Why the Way There Feels Longer than the Way Back
Social research often points out phenomena we’re unfamiliar with. But it’s awfully fun when researchers dive into a common experience we’ve never been able to explain. The “return trip effect” seems to come down to our unrealistic expectations.
Home, Sweet Home
How would you like to live inside a soccer ball? A giant sundial? Or a house you can carry on your back? ...
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- Editors’ Note
Issue 26: The trust molecule, Luther’s forerunner, and the joy of watching a soccer great.
- The Shalom of Neurochemistry
Oxytocin rewards us for human connection. /
- The Long Legacy of a Roasted Goose
Proto-reformer John Hus was burned at the stake 600 years ago this week. We are all Hussites now. /
- The Messi-ness of the World
The universe is losing a bit of its enchantment for me. But then there’s Barcelona’s forward. /
‘The hobbyist / aims a drum / of fierce / aluminum.’ /
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