Absolute Time Judgments and Subjective Objective Duration Ratios Are Older Adults Clocks Too Fast or Too Slow

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Humans' use of language allows us to efficiently communicate information about important durations. In most cases, making accurate judgments about these labeled durations (also known as "absolute" judgments of time) does not require that we carefully check our watches. Instead, we rely on our internal clocks.

One very basic question that can be asked is whether older adults tend to perceive time's passing to be faster or slower, compared to young adults. That is, are older

Attention Demands Greater At Training than Test

Attention Demands Greater At Training than Test

Attention Demands Greater At Test than Training

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