Psychologist philip zimbardo says happiness and success are rooted in a trait most of us disregard the way we orient toward the past present and future he suggests we calibrate our outlook on time as a first step to improving our lives. The biopsychology of our perception of time is a fascinating but little understood area of psychology and neuroscience it looks at the way our brain processes time and time intervals and the brains built in expectation of the order and speed of events as well as the field of mental chronometry. In this article we will consider two aspects of research on psychology of time time perspective and time use and some techniques related to achieving mastery over time these issues can greatly contribute to answering the positive psychology central question of what is a good life. The psychology of time is a seminal topic of psychological science and although it entered a phase of decline and even moribund neglect the past several decades have seen a prominent renaissance
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