““We Don’t See Time; We Feel It” Children and adults with ADHD don’t see events; they “feel” them. Our internal clocks weren’t put together by a Swiss watchmaker, who sees time as a series of seconds and minutes, one coming precisely after the other. Some experts think that individuals with ADHD perceive time not as a sequence but as a diffuse collection of events that are viscerally connected to the people, activities, and emotions involved in them. ” author: https://www.additudemag.com/does-anyone-know-what-time-it-is/#:~:text=Some%20experts%20think%20that%20individuals,%3B%20they%20“feel”%20them. — As I research conceptualizations of time (as I’m looking for a particular thing that I’ll know when I see it), this qualifies, although I can’t find any backing besides the author.

““We Don’t See Time; We Feel It”
Children and adults with ADHD don’t see events; they “feel” them.
 
Our internal clocks weren’t put together by a Swiss watchmaker, who sees time as a series of seconds and minutes, one coming precisely after the other. Some experts think that individuals with ADHD perceive time not as a sequence but as a diffuse collection of events that are viscerally connected to the people, activities, and emotions involved in them. “
author: https://www.additudemag.com/does-anyone-know-what-time-it-is/#:~:text=Some%20experts%20think%20that%20individuals,%3B%20they%20“feel”%20them.
As I research conceptualizations of time (as I’m looking for a particular thing that I’ll know when I see it), this qualifies, although I can’t find any backing besides the author.

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