Time perception and embodied rejection

McLoughlin, Aoife, and Wu, Ruth Xueyi (2015) Time perception and embodied rejection. In: [Presented at Embodied Perception of the Human World]. From: Embodied Perception of the Human World, 9-10 April 2015, Limerick, Ireland.

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[Extract] The need to belong represents a central part of the human psyche, and may be thwarted by social exclusion and rejection. Observations of rejection have indicated a host of dramatically destructive consequences of ostracism, such as increased accounts of antisocial and self-defeating behaviour, negative emotionality and depression. Given the extensive emotional impact of social rejection, as well as the connection between embodied emotions and perceptions of time, it is reasonable to suspect that innate abilities to perceive time are also affected when one is rejected by their peer groups.

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Keywords: embodied cognition; time perception; emotions
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