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We tend to think of time as a linear experience, with up until now in the past and, other than this fleeting moment, the rest is in the future. This conceptualisation of time feels as if it makes logical sense – yet it fails to explain the psychological concepts of time, such as how time can feel as if it’s whizzed by, and at other times drags painfully slowly. Claudia Hammond is the author of Time Warped: Unlocking The Secrets Of Time Perception. She discusses time as an experience we bring our minds and in particular, our memories, to. We can recall the past, but autobiographical memories aren’t video recordings dug from the archives, but rather reconstructions of events, changed slightly each time we recall it and…



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