Resource of the month: time flies when you’re having fun

Did you know that human time evaluation within the range of hundreds of milliseconds is often distorted and we often judge time longer than it actually is? Research by Yin-Hua Chen, Fabio Pizzolato and Poala Cesari in the journal Experimental Brain Research (Time flies when we view a sport action, Feb 2014, 232(2), pp 629-635) looked at how time is perceived as shorter when observing sporting action.

If you are interested in finding out more we have just taken out a subscription to Experimental Brain Research so now you can.

The journal covers medicine, neurosciences, biological psychiatry and neuropsychiatry, and may be of particular interest to students and staff in Sport and Exercise Sciences.

Full-text access is available from 1997 onwards from the E-Journals A-Z and you can search by subject or browse directly to the volume and issue you require.

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