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Time, Emotion and the Embodiment of Timing

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The past few decades have seen an explosion in studies exploring the effects of emotion on time judgments. The aim of this review is to describe the results of these studies and to look at how they try to explain the time distortions produced by emotion. We begin by examining the findings on time judgments in affective disorders, which allow us to make a clear distinction between the feelings of time distortion that originate from introspection onto subjective personal experience, and the effects of emotion on the basic mechanisms involved in time perception. We then report the results of behavioral studies that have tested the effects of emotions on time perceptions and the temporal processing of different emotional stimuli (e.g. facial expressions, affective pictures or sounds). Finally, we describe our own studies of the embodiment of timing. Overall, the different results on time and emotion suggest that temporal distortions are an indicator of how our brain and body adapt to the dynamic structure of our environment.

Affiliations: 1: 1Blaise Pascal University, Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale et Cognitive, CNRS UMR 6024, 34 avenue Carnot, 63037 Clermont-Ferrand, France; 2: 2University of Poitiers, CNRS UMR 7295, Poitiers, France


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