Researchers find time can slow down

At the University of Texas, researchers have found stress impacts the human brain’s ability to perceive time. Evidence shows a chemical influence in how we view time passing.



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  1. Val Garner

    January 6, 2009 at 4:05 am

    Very interesting! Explains why when we’re bored, that time is so slow. And why we’re stressed and in a hurry, it seems to speed up even more and the perception we’re getting less done. Also, when I was in a car wreck a few years back, the feeling that time was in slow motion as I was whipping around.

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