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loga, a nonlinear scale of time (e104), for tpt and tbn

Edgerton, Michael LU (2019)
Abstract
#104_loga, a nonlinear scale of time, for tpt, tbn. “loga, a nonlinear scale of time” refers to the illusion of nonlinear time perception. This idea suggests that our estimation of time intervals whether on a small (milliseconds) or large (decades) scale should be logarithmic, giving us a subjective experience very different from clock or calendar. Of course, our perception of time is influenced by psychological factors: time flies when we’re busy, but really drags when we’re not.
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  abstract     = {#104_loga, a nonlinear scale of time, for tpt, tbn. “loga, a nonlinear scale of time” refers to the illusion of nonlinear time perception. This idea suggests that our estimation of time intervals whether on a small (milliseconds) or large (decades) scale should be logarithmic, giving us a subjective experience very different from clock or calendar. Of course, our perception of time is influenced by psychological factors: time flies when we’re busy, but really drags when we’re not.},
  author       = {Edgerton, Michael},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {BABELSCORES®},
  title        = {loga, a nonlinear scale of time (e104), for tpt and tbn},
  year         = {2019},
}