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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Why Do We Behave So Oddly In Elevators?

Many of us use them several times a day without really noticing. And yet the way we behave in elevators reveals a hidden anxiety. Most of us sort of shut down. We walk in. We press the button. We stand perfectly still.

Taking the lift could be the least memorable part of your journey to work, but Dr Lee Gray of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte has made it his business to scrutinise this overlooked form of public transportation.

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