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Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology

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Study of time perception in modern psychology 1177

Solodkova A.V.
associate member, Psychological Institute of Russian Academy of Education, Moscow, Russia
e-mail: solodkovaa@mail.ru

Abstract
Perception of time is one of the most important functions in human life. Coherence of movements and speech, perception properties and relations of objects in sync communication depend on how precisely the differentiation of temporal fractions occurs. That is why this area is of great interest to researchers. For a long period of study, they have accumulated a big store of knowledge; at present, the challenge for researchers is to build up models that can explain the mechanisms underlying these complex mental functions. One of the directions that can provide an explanation for many aspects of time perception is considered to be a transcendental psychology of A.I. Mirakyan

Keywords: existential problems, old age, meaning of life, satisfaction with life, loneliness, responsibility, vital activity

Column: General psychology

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/jmfp.2017060309

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