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Do social and physical distancing change the way we relate to time?….


In order to answer this question, a vast study of experimental psychology and chronobiology, directed by Virginie Van Wassenhove (NeuroSpin) was launched in collaboration with Inserm and the University of Paris-Saclay.

Published on 30 April 2020

​The goal of this research protocol, coordinated by Virginie Van Wassenhove (NeuroSpin, UNICOG) is to empirically examine the effects of physical and social distancing on our relation to time.
Using a quantitative approach (validated questionnaires and experimental psychology tasks) neuroscientists aim to characterize the effects of prolonged isolation on temporal perspectives and on the perception of temporalities in adults.


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https://brainthemind.com/time-social-distance/

https://brainthemind.com/covid19/

E-mail contact address : time.vvw@gmail.com

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