PERSONALITY AND JUDGEMENTS OF TEMPORAL INTERVALS

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Abstract

The ways in which subjects performed a number of time-estimation tasks were examined for associations with normal pulse rate, normal oral temperature, age, sex, intelligence and personality characteristics. No universal relations were found in the data, though there was evidence to suggest that age, pulse rate, oral temperature and some aspects of personality possibly are worthy of further research to determine whether they might be related to some types of time estimation.

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