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Fraisse’s Law: Our Perception of Time

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  Do you feel that time goes faster when you relax, but the hours you spend at the office seem to go on forever? Although it may seem that your watch is playing tricks on you, in reality, it’s not. In fact, there’s a psychological explanation for this phenomenon and it’s known as Fraisse’s law. It allows us to analyze our own perception of time and how it can be altered. This law was proposed by Paul Fraisse, a French psychologist who made numerous contributions to the so-called psychology of time. In addition, it’s an important concept in the organizational…

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Chantal Maille
Praticien en Psychothérapie - Psychanalyste, Coaching conjugal & Sophrologie https://chmpsy.com

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