As a follow-up to my last post, Threats and the Perception of Time, here’s a recent article from Psychology Today:
…fear does not actually speed up our rate of perception or mental processing. Instead, it allows us to remember what we do experience in greater detail. Since our perception of time is based on the number of things we remember, fearful experiences thus seem to unfold more slowly.
Read the rest at How the Brain Stops Time at Psychology Today. Interesting stuff.
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