The time sense of delinquents
Schneiderman, Donald Felix
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The purpose of this investigation into various aspects of time sense in adolescent delinquent boys was to test the hypothesis that: (1) delinquents are oriented more toward the immediate present than are their non-delinquent peers and (2) the "internal clocks" of delinquents run faster than those of non-delinquents. A fast "internal clock" implies small subjective temporal units, an overestimation of elapsed time, and a feeling that time passes slowly [TRUNCATED]
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