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An Odd Sense of Timing

The question of how changes in the environment give rise to the subjective experience of time in our brain continues to challenge psychologists and brain researchers

By Pascal Wallisch

Nerves in Flight

Many of us feel anxious before getting on an airplane, but some people truly panic when they fly. Here's how several aviophobes got over their fear

By Rabea Rentschler


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February 2008

See the World from a Different Perspective

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