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User Review  - Niecierpek - LibraryThing

Each one of us has a different relationship to the present, past and future. We may be classified as predominantly: present, past or future oriented. Then this orientation may be fatalistic or ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jewsbury - LibraryThing

Do not be misled by the marketing title of this work. The book is not about a paradox or about our direct perception of time. Rather it is about a way of discussing different mental viewpoints. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - Popup-ch - LibraryThing

The authors show how the mental representation of time can have a large impact on individual behaviour and well-being. I think they focus a little bit too hard, though, when they attribute problems as ... Read full review

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User Review  - iamanerd - LibraryThing

After thinking for some time that personal perspectives on time are one of the most overlooked aspects of the social animal it was refreshing to read Zimbardos book. A recommended reading (also recommend watching his presentation on Ted.com). Read full review

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User Review  - debs4jc - LibraryThing

The authors explain the various ways people view time and show how these differing time perspectives can cause conflict and confusion in the world-but understanding them can lead to better relations ... Read full review

The Time Paradox: The New Psychology of Time That Will Change Your Life

User Review  - Not Available - Book Verdict

What can explain the behavior of suicide bombers, successful investors, and depressives? According to psychologists Zimbardo (emeritus, Stanford Univ.; The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good ... Read full review


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