The biopsychology of our perception of time is a fascinating but little understood area of psychology and neuroscience it looks at the way our brain processes time and time intervals and the brains built in expectation of the order and speed of events as well as the field of mental chronometry. The psychology of time details about the talk transcript 38 languages psychologist philip zimbardo says happiness and success are rooted in a trait most of us disregard the way we orient toward the past present and future he suggests we calibrate our outlook on time as a first step to improving our lives. On average people estimate that they have fewer than 20 hours of free time a week which is about half of what they actually have there is another interesting paradox with time nowadays our leisure time is characterised by two contradictory tendencies increase in passive leisure and intensification of time devoted to active leisure. According to the authors we all have different attitudes toward time and are affected by the psychology of time differently each of their 5 time perspectives reveals our attitudes beliefs and values towards time they reveal whether we spend more time thinking about the past present or future
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