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Editorial of the Special Issue on Timing and Development: The Times of our Lives

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Affiliations: 1: Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA ; 2: Université Clermont Auvergne, Laboratoire de psychologie sociale et cognitive, CNRS, UMR 6024, Clermont-Ferrand, France

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1. Baltes P. E.,, & Smith J. (2003). "New frontiers in the future of aging: From successful aging of the young old to the dilemmas of the fourth age". Gerontology , 49, 123135.
2. Bowers P. G.,, & Wolf M. (1993). "Theoretical links among naming speed, precise timing mechanisms, and orthographic skill in dyslexia". Read. Writ. , 5, 6985.
3. De Hevia M. D. (subm.). "The temporal dimensions in the first year of life". Timing Time Percept. Rev.
4. Droit-Volet S. (2016). "Time does not fly but slow down in old age". Time Soc . doi: 10.1177/0961463X16656852. https://doi.org/10.1177/0961463X16656852
5. Droit-Volet S.,, Trahanias P.,, & Maniadakis M. (2017). "Passage of time judgments in everyday life are not related to duration judgments except for long durations of several minutes". Acta Psychol. , 173, 116–121.
6. Janssen S. M. J. (2017) "Autobiographical memory and the subjective experience of time". Timing Time Percept. , 5, 99–122.
7. Papoulidi A.,, Papaeliou C. F.,, & Samartz S. (2017). "Rhythm in interactions of children with autism spectrum disorder and their mothers". Timing Time Percept. , 5, 5–34.
8. Plourde M.,, Gamache P.-L.,, Laflamme V.,, & Simon Grondin S. (2017). "Using time-processing skills to predict reading abilities in elementary school children". Timing Time Percept. , 5, 35–60.
9. Rattat A.-C. (2017). "Temporal categorization of familiar actions by children and adults". Timing Time Percept. , 5, 61–76.
10. Rönnlund M.,, Åström E.,, & Carelli G. M. (2017). "Time perspective in late adulthood: aging patterns in past, present and future dimensions, deviations from balance, and associations with subjective well-being". Timing Time Percept. , 5, 77–98.
11. Xu, R.,, & Church, R. M. (subm.). "Age-related changes in human and nonhuman timing". Timing Time Percept. Rev.
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