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Why does time appear to speed up as we get older? Can we slow it down? Thanks to the National Geographic Channel for sponsoring this video! The new season of Brain Games starts Sunday, February 14th at 9/8c - http://po.st/90S7Ow Brain Games is an Emmy-nominated TV series that explores the inner workings of the human mind through experiments and interactive games. Did you know it's estimated that you have more than a dozen senses in addition to the standard five? One of those is a sense of time or chronoception. Tune in to the new season of Brain Games to learn about all of your senses, and more, starting Sunday, February 14 at 9/8c References: Ageing and duration judgement: http://bit.ly/1TRN0cr Nerve conduction velocity slowing with age: http://bit.ly/23Wq6oE Experiments with rats suggest time perception is distributed across brain: http://bit.ly/1T6IjdO Time perception with repeated stimuli: http://bit.ly/1TRNbo5 Energy usage in brain with age: http://bit.ly/1nXliOU Time perception in moments of fear / danger: http://bit.ly/1RoK7Ps http://1.usa.gov/1TRNa3w http://bit.ly/1Q8tDvW Attention’s relation to time perception and recollection of perceived time: http://bit.ly/20odeD8 http://bit.ly/1TRNfEf

Tagged under: veritasium,chronoception,time,speeds , older,age,time flies

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