Skewed Perceptions of Time

1990 is farther away from right now than the middle of this century. In a similar vein it’s almost been a half-decade since COVID-19 surprised us. Anyone remember that lockdown haze when we were all Bill Murray in Groundhog Day? Jono Chang talks with Associate Professor Adam Osth, who teaches Cognitive Psychology at the University of Melbourne, about the roundabout ways through which our brains are able to perceive time and how that impacts our memories.

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