Exploring the use of experience sampling to assess episodic thought
Mental time travel (MTT) is the ability to mentally relive events in one’s own past (episodic recall) and pre-live potential personal future events (episodic foresight). Recent research has used experience sampling to reveal when and how often we think about the past and future in everyday life, however it remains unclear how much of thought is episodic, involving the sense of self that underpins MTT. In this study we investigate the use of experience sampling to assess the frequency of...[Show more]
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