time


The Effect of Sex, Age and Interval Duration on the Perception of Time.

Citation:
Hancock, P.A., & Rausch, R. (2010). The effect of sex, age and interval duration on the perception of time. Acta Psychologica, 133, 170-179.

Abstract:
The present experiment examined the interactive effects of sex, age, and interval duration on individual’s time perception accuracy.


The Effects of Age and Sex on The Perception of Time in Life.

Citation:
Hancock, P.A. (2010). The effects of age and sex on the perception of time in life. American Journal of Psychology, 123(1), 1-13.

Abstract:
As a measure of their personal perception of time in life, 320 participants complete the Lines Test.


It’s About Time.

Citation:
Hancock, P.A., & Saunders, C.S. (2008). It’s about time. Kronoscope, 8(1), 45-54.

Abstract:
This paper presents information concerning a specific undergraduate honors course on the interdisciplinary topic of time. True to the cross-cutting nature of time, the course was both led by and primarily taught by two professors from the distinctly different disciplines of information systems and psychology, respectively.


On the Nature of Time in Conceptual and Computational Nervous Systems

Citation:
Hancock, P.A. (2007). On the nature of time in conceptual and computational nervous systems. Kronoscope, 7(2), 185-196.

Abstract:
The central premise of the present paper is that the spectacular failure to create a fully functional artificial intelligence results from a fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of time in relation to living systems.


On Time and the Origin of the Theory of Evolution

Citation:
Hancock, P.A. (2007). On time and the origin of the theory of evolution. Kronoscope, 6(2), 192-203.

Abstract:
This paper presents a perspective upon how the confluence of three differing faces of time may have served as fundamental stimulus for Charles Darwin’s formulation of the theory of evolution.


Time and the Privileged Observer

Citation:
Hancock, P.A. (2005). Time and the privileged observer. Kronoscope, 5(2), 176-191.

Abstract:
This paper addresses the persistent problem concerning the integration of physical (external) with psychological (internal) expressions of time. While the history of cosmological science demonstrates the fallacy of the conception of the physically privileged observational point in the Universe, I argue that it is just such a privileged position which characterizes the unitary nature of individual human consciousness.


The Time of Your Life

Citation:
Hancock, P.A. (2002). The time of your life. Kronoscope, 2(2), 135-165.

Abstract:
The present work deals with four themes that relate to the problem of aging and time. They include questions of allometric scaling, the novelty of experience, the change in perception of time with age, and the certainty of death.


Age and Disease Effects on Estimates of Vehicle Time-to-Arrival

Citation:
Vercruyssen, M., Siu, K., China, C., Masaki, K., Hoffman, E., Blanchette, P.L., & Hancock, P.A. (1998). Age and disease effects on estimates of vehicle time-to-arrival. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 46(9), P318.

Abstract:
     Vehicle-pedestrian collisions are often caused by an inability of the pedestrians (and drivers) to correctly estimate the time-to-arrival (TTA) of an approaching objects.


Time-to-Contact: More Than Tau Alone.

Citation:
Hancock, P.A., & Manser, M.P. (1997). Time-to-contact: More than tau alone. Ecological Psychology, 9(4), 265-297.

Abstract:
Two time-to-contact (Tc) experiments are reported that manipulated the manner in which a visually simulated target vehicle disappeared from the screen.