“McGrath and Tschan (2004) distinguished four processes in temporal aspects of everyday life: time use, pace of life, time perception, and time orientation. Time use refers to an individual’s distribution of time over daily activities such as working, eating, leisure time, travel time, and personal care. Pace of life refers to the speed of doing everyday activities. Time perception is about how humans judge the passage of time and is often studied within individuals by their estimations of duration of specific temporal intervals, and feelings about the passage of time in general. Finally, time orientation refers to how people compare the present to the future (hopes and fears).”

“McGrath and Tschan (2004) distinguished four processes in temporal aspects of everyday life:
time use,
pace of life,
time perception, and
time orientation.
 
Time use refers to an individual’s distribution of time over daily activities such as working, eating, leisure time, travel time, and personal care.
 
Pace of life refers to the speed of doing everyday activities.
 
Time perception is about how humans judge the passage of time and is often studied within individuals by their estimations of duration of specific temporal intervals, and feelings about the passage of time in general.
 
Finally, time orientation refers to how people compare the present to the future (hopes and fears).”

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