Psychologist Dr Ana Tajadura-Jimenez and her University of London colleagues confirm what you commuters already know: a personal music player protects you in the a crowded bus or subway car.
Tags:human interaction, iPods, mass transit, mp3 players, personal music players, personal space, public transportation, social interaction, social psychology, society, sociology Posted in Apple, music, privacy, sociology, subway | 1 Comment »
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