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Tausen, Brittany M. – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
Time is fundamentally abstract, making it difficult to conceptualize and vulnerable to mental distortions. Nine preregistered experiments identify temporal illusions that characterize prospective time judgments and corresponding consequences for decision making in a variety of domains. Using visual illusions as a grounding metaphor, studies 1-4…
Descriptors: Time, Time Perspective, Misconceptions, Cognitive Ability
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Churchill, Meryl Pearce; Lindsay, Daniel; Crowe, Melissa; Grasso, Lauretta; Mendez, Diana H.; Emtage, Nicholas; Jones, Rhondda – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
For institutions intent on improving their research student outcomes, it is important to identify the variables most strongly associated with timely or tardy completions, which the university has the potential to influence or amend. For this to occur the analyses of doctoral completion times need to be conducted at an institution or discipline…
Descriptors: Student Research, Doctoral Dissertations, Time, Persistence
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Marini, Guillermo; Rodríguez Merchán, Juan David – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2021
The main purpose of this article is to describe and analyse time in schools from an everyday aesthetics perspective. Expanding on current scholarship, the article calls attention to the way everyday sensory experiences in schools models time in peculiar ways that have serious educational implications. On the one hand, based on the work of Katya…
Descriptors: Time, Aesthetics, Schools, Sensory Experience
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North, Chris; Beames, Simon; Stanton, Toby; Chan, Bacon – Journal of Experiential Education, 2022
Background: During transport to and from outdoor education field trips, students experience a period of togetherness and minimal imposed structure. Transport time also appears to align with Oldenburg's third places, where people spend time together without a particular agenda. Purpose: To examine educators' perspectives on the contribution that…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Outdoor Education, Teacher Attitudes, Field Trips
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Kamada, Taisuke; Hata, Toshimichi – Learning & Memory, 2021
Dopamine plays a critical role in behavioral tasks requiring interval timing (time perception in a seconds-to-minutes range). Although some studies demonstrate the role of dopamine receptors as a controller of the speed of the internal clock, other studies demonstrate their role as a controller of motivation. Both D1 dopamine receptors (D1DRs) and…
Descriptors: Neurology, Physiology, Time, Perception
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Sodré, Fernanda; Mattos, Cristiano – International Journal of Research in Education and Science, 2022
Time is a concept of historical, social, cultural, philosophical, artistic, economic, technological, scientific relevance. Time assumes different meanings in the Sciences, especially in Physics, acquiring fundamental importance in different physical contexts. However, in both high school and college Physics courses in Brazil, time is usually…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Science Teachers, Physics, Scientific Concepts
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Grauer, Claire; Fischer, Daniel; Frank, Pascal – Journal of Environmental Education, 2022
Time is an essential dimension of sustainability and its premise of intra- and intergenerational justice. Moreover, prevailing sociocultural practices of time use are drivers of unsustainability. Educational institutions convey social norms on time and are thus places where time is "learned." It is therefore of relevance for Education…
Descriptors: Sustainability, Justice, Sociocultural Patterns, Sustainable Development
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Al-Bahrani, Abdullah; Apostolova-Mihaylova, Maria; Marshall, Emily C. – Journal of Economic Education, 2022
The authors of this article examine the potential for increased student learning and retention through more frequent assignments. They conduct a field experiment that investigates whether student knowledge retention can be improved by increasing the frequency of homework assignments, motivating students to have more exposure to the material, and…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Homework, Academic Achievement, Retention (Psychology)
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Ulla, Bente; Larsen, Ann Sofi – Education Sciences, 2021
This article juxtaposes mentoring with an extended concept of time, arguing against the idea of mentoring as a unilaterally forward-moving progression. We discuss how time and temporality unfold in mentoring in the teaching profession. We further explore how temporality might create different potentialities of hope. Ultimately, we suggest the…
Descriptors: Mentors, Time, Teaching (Occupation), Foreign Countries
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Walser-Reichenbach, Sandra M.; Gerstner, Doris G.; Twardella, Dorothee; Jenkac, Christina; Weilnhammer, Veronika; Hendrowarsito, Lana; Perez-Alvarez, Carmelo; Steffens, Thomas; Stilianakis, Nikolaos I.; Herr, Caroline E. W.; Heinze, Stefanie – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2022
Purpose: The aim of this study was to analyze the association of total leisure noise exposure and hearing threshold shifts over 5 years among adolescents enrolled in the Ohrkan cohort study. Method: The Ohrkan cohort of 2,148 students aged 13-19 years was recruited from 2009 to 2011 and followed up 5 years later. Complete baseline and follow-up…
Descriptors: Hearing (Physiology), Acoustics, Leisure Time, Adolescents
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Larson, Caroline; Crespo, Kimberly; Kaushanskaya, Margarita; Ellis Weismer, Susan – International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 2022
Background: Children with developmental language disorder (DLD) have deficits in verbal and non-verbal processing relative to typically developing (TD) peers, potentially reflecting difficulties in working memory, processing speed and inhibition of interference. We examined working memory in children with DLD using the…
Descriptors: Language Impairments, Developmental Disabilities, Short Term Memory, Time
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Ferreira, Aristides I. – Creativity Research Journal, 2021
Based on a model for the experience of timelessness in organisations, this study aims to empirically study the relationship between timelessness and creative process engagement. Research provides an integration of the current model of timelessness by including the dependent variable creative process engagement. With multilevel data, results…
Descriptors: Time, Attention, Psychological Patterns, Creativity
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Nguyen, Tin L.; Hunter, Samuel T. – Journal of Creative Behavior, 2022
Drawing on an economic, value-based framework of creative idea appraisals, we predict that the attributes of idea usefulness and novelty jointly inform people's decisions to allocate time toward collaborative implementation efforts. In a correlational design, we found support in our first study (n = 82) for an interaction between perceived idea…
Descriptors: Creativity, Cooperation, Time, Expectation
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Potts, Davina – Higher Education Research and Development, 2022
Learning abroad has become a central component in the internationalisation strategies of many Australian universities, following trends in other countries such as France, Germany, USA, Singapore and Japan. To expand access to different types of students and to diversify host destinations, short-term programmes have been the focus of institutions…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Study Abroad, Time Factors (Learning), Time
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Shields, Grant S.; Hunter, Colton L.; Yonelinas, Andrew P. – Learning & Memory, 2022
The effects of acute stress on memory encoding are complex. Recent work has suggested that both the delay between stress and encoding and the relevance of the information learned to the stressor may modulate the effects of stress on memory encoding, but the relative contribution of each of these two factors is unclear. Therefore, in the present…
Descriptors: Stress Variables, Memory, Cognitive Processes, Time
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