It's probably either because you're an opinionated loudmouth or just boring.
This new tool can help us understand how people respond to urban spaces before they're built.
Keeping up with the Joneses could be quite the harmful habit.
Transit users often feel like they're waiting about 50 percent longer than they actually are.
It's (relatively) easy: Add green space.
As bicycling gains in popularity, more cities will have to confront the question.
In some surprising ways.
Charles Montgomery's new book finds the intersection of urban policy and well-being.
New research shows that the brain's "place cells" fire when we recall an event.
Attitudes toward public transportation and concerns about safety have a huge influence over whether or not a person rides.
Active travelers like walkers have a more complete sense of space than passive ones.
Northeasterners are neurotic, West Coasters are laid back, and more empirical data on America's psychological geography.
Research shows that people consistently overestimate how good they are at multitasking.
Tom Vanderbilt on how human behavior makes congestion worse than it needs to be.
A great subway or light rail line can actually lift your mood.
Inside a team of researchers' quest to see what happens to people when they're exposed repeatedly to Kinkade's saccharine artworks.
The curious results of walking tours in New York, Berlin and Mumbai.
And how the part-political, part-psychological problem can be avoided.