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Sex Differences in Duration Judgments: A Metaanalytic Review

Citation:
Block, R.A., Hancock, P.A., & Zakay, D. (2000). Sex differences in duration judgments: A meta-analytic review. Memory & Cognition, 28(8), 1333-1346.

Abstract:
We quantitatively reviewed human sex differences in the magnitude and variability of duration judgments. Data from 4,794 females and 4,688 males yielded 87 effect size estimates of magnitude and 28 of variability.


Cognitive Load Affects Duration Judgments: A Meta-Analytic Review.

Citation:
Block, R.A., Hancock, P.A., & Zakay, D. (2010). Cognitive load affects duration judgments: A meta-analytic review. Acta Psychologica, 134, 330-343.

Abstract:
A meta-analysis of 117 experiments evaluated the effects of cognitive load on duration judgments. Cognitive load refers to information-processing (attentional or working-memory) demands.


Developmental Changes in Human Duration Judgments: A Meta-Analytic Review.

Citation:
Block, R.A., Zakay, D., & Hancock, P.A. (1999). Developmental changes in human duration judgments: A meta-analytic review. Developmental Review, 19, 183-211.

Abstract:
We reviewed 20 experiments comparing duration judgments made by children versus adolescents and adults. All used a prospective paradigm, in which participants knew they would have to make duration judgments.


Human Aging and Duration Judgments: A Metaanalytic Review.

Citation:
Block, R.A., Zakay, D., & Hancock, P.A. (1998). Human aging and duration judgments: A meta-analytic review. Psychology and Aging, 13(4), 584-596.

Abstract:
Differences in duration judgements made by younger and older adults were reviewed. Previous research is unclear about whether such differences exist and, if so, how they may be explained.