Yet another research outpost checks in with a research report suggesting that mental time keeping (temporal tracking) may be an important cognitive variable to understand and possibly assess. See my prior musings re: the intriguing recent research on mental time-keeping models and synchronized metronome tapping measurement and intervention.
The current BPS post suggests a link between accuracy of mental time-keeping and a predisposition to boredom.
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