Perceived Time Slows During Fleeting Fun or Fear
Previous psychophysical studies at durations greater than 1,000ms have confirmed the anecdotal reports of an increase in the perceived duration of both positively and negatively-valenced emotive stimuli; however, the results of studies at durations less than 1,000ms have been inconsistent. This study further investigated the effect of valence on the perception of durations less than 1,000ms. We used both positively and negatively-valenced stimuli in order to compare their effects on the...[Show more]
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