Internal clocks and fast living: do time-saving devices alleviate stress?

McLoughlin, Aoife (2009) Internal clocks and fast living: do time-saving devices alleviate stress? In: [Presented at In Tune: Innovations in Contemporary Research Conference]. From: In Tune: Innovations in Contemporary Research Conference, May 2009, Limerick, Ireland.

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[Extract] Our perception of time appears to be controlled by some form of pacemaker-accumulator style internal clock.

Through the use of mixed methods the current research aims to investigate whether technologies such as time saving devices are having an adverse affect on this internal clock.

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