Internet and Facebook related images affect the perception of time

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Gonidis, Lazaros; Sharma, Dinkar;
(2017)

Even though there is a wealth of research on addiction and implicit measures, the effects of addiction on time perception are still unclear. Internal clock models separate the effects of attention and arousal which could have important implications for addiction researc... View more
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