Emotional processing may be linked to perception of time in music and movies, a new study reports.
Time sensitivity improves performance when it comes controlling robotics and remote controlled vehicles, a new study reports.
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 provide more real, scientific explanations as to why some people are convinced they have experienced alien encounters.
A new study reports background music, and other external influences, can skew time perception. Additionally, people rely on time estimates based on previous experiences.
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.
A new study into racial anxiety reports time may appear to slow down for white Americans who feel threatened by an approaching black person.