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We frequently use words about space to describe time, and people often think about events on a left-right timeline. Researchers explore the link between mental representations of space and time. ... More>
Thinking about time as a cycle of recurring experiences — think Bill Murray in the movie Groundhog Day — may help us to put more money away into our savings. ... More>
A sample of research exploring: perception of time and distance; rank and social judgments; causal beliefs and perception; gender identity and STEM; and genetic and environmental influences on high IQ. ... More>
Emotionally charged information dilates our perception of time and interferes with our numerical intuition, though it does so in different ways. ... More>