Why Does Going Somewhere Always Seem To Take More Time Than Coming Back Again?

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Posted in Neat by on November 28th, 2011

The Return Trip Effect or the feeling that getting to a destination takes longer than the return trip, is actually a well known psychological phenomenon. A team of researchers from Netherlands’ Tilburg University published findings based upon a study of travelers who experienced the Return Trip Effect via bus, bicycle, or video. Here’s more with Why Does Going Somewhere Always Seem to Take More Time Than Coming Back?

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