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Part of the difficulty in studying time perception is that memory is known to be biased by numerous factors including arousal and salience. So while people commonly report time slowing down during specific events, it is difficult to differentiate the effects of retroactive memory bias in encoding and recall from actual increased resolution in the perception ...


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There is some evidence of a moderate correlation between response times (on very simple tasks) and intelligence constructs like IQ. Here are two relevant papers and their abstracts: Deary, Der, & Ford (2001) The association between reaction times and psychometric intelligence test scores is a major plank of the information-processing approach to ...


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Several factors are proven to affect our experience of time. Those that differ from one day to the next include: Biochemistry affects our perception of time. Stimulants produce overestimates of time duration, whereas depressants and anesthetics produce underestimates of time duration. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_perception Fear affects our ...



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