Thursday, September 9

Time Orientation Connected To Addiction?

This video discusses how personal and cultural time perspective can correlate to how we make decisions. Philip Zimbardo  is a well known and respected social science researcher, probably most well known for the Stanford Prison study he did back in 1971. This lecture is to promote his book The Time Paradox. It's a fascinating look at how our perception of time and our cultural, personal orientation can determine many outcomes in our lives. The good news is that through understanding our personal relationship with time we can alter the way we perceive it and thus change our futures. Also, have a look at the website for the book . I recommend taking the surveys there and I plan to get this book after seeing the video.


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