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Why The Future Appears Closer Than The Past

April 10, 2013

Research on the perception of time by Eugene Caruso, associate professor of behavioral science, recently was featured in The Atlantic. The study, “The Temporal Doppler Effect: When the Future Feels Closer Than the Past,” was published in the April 2013 print edition of Psychological Science

EYE OF THE BEHOLDER

Earlier research by Eugene Caruso on how political views can skew perception of skin tone, is featured in the March 2013 issue of Capital Ideas.