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It’s Not Just You: Lockdowns Had Us Living in “Blursday,” Study Says
The Scientist spoke with Maximilien Chaumon about his database showing how COVID-19 related lockdowns warped more 2,800 people’s perception of time.
It’s Not Just You: Lockdowns Had Us Living in “Blursday,” Study Says
It’s Not Just You: Lockdowns Had Us Living in “Blursday,” Study Says

The Scientist spoke with Maximilien Chaumon about his database showing how COVID-19 related lockdowns warped more 2,800 people’s perception of time.

The Scientist spoke with Maximilien Chaumon about his database showing how COVID-19 related lockdowns warped more 2,800 people’s perception of time.

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Human “Time Cells” Encode, Process Flow of Time
Anne N. Connor | Oct 1, 2021
Neurons in the hippocampus store information on the timing of experiences in addition to their content, helping to mediate sequential memory recall, a new study shows.
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Unexpected Brain Strategy Links Two Events Separated by Time
Alejandra Manjarrez | May 13, 2020
A new study in mice does not find evidence supporting two popular ideas for the mechanism for bridging the temporal time gap between two paired stimuli.