Researchers explore why our time perception alters and why we think our children are growing up faster than they actually are.
Many people reported they felt like time was passing differently during the initial COVID-19 lockdowns. Researchers explore how the pandemic has contributed to the feeling of time distortion.
A new study reports those who microdose psychedelics report improvements in attention and mental health. However, a number of people report an increase in neuroticism following six weeks of microdosing.
A study recently published in Clinical Psychology Review investigates time perception and temporal information processing in people with schizophrenia. The study reveals the internal clock in schizophrenics does not necessarily run slower or faster than in healthy individuals, but rather it does not run at a consistent speed.
Researchers explore why our perception of time changes when we enjoy and feel in control of our actions.
Researchers report people anticipate future occurrences of stimuli in line with expected patterns, but the perceived accuracy of the response differs from reality when the stimuli is either accelerated or delayed.