PSYCHOLOGICAL TIME AND SOCIOLOGY: A RESEARCH AGENDA
Abstract:Psychological time is presently seen as potentially being both an independent and a dependent dimension associated with such sociological and psychological phenomena as social change, environmental design, personal space, esthetics, and color considerations. Several “annotated” hypotheses are offered, with the suggestion that their testing will ultimately demonstrate that the psychological experience of time has many more sociological implications than have heretofore been recognized.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1979
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