Many people reported they felt like time was passing differently during the initial COVID-19 lockdowns. Researchers explore how the pandemic has contributed to the feeling of time distortion.
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Researchers have developed two new illusions that shed light on how our senses can influence each other, specifically, how the presence of audio can influence visual illusions.
A new study reports those who microdose psychedelics report improvements in attention and mental health. However, a number of people report an increase in neuroticism following six weeks of microdosing.
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