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The awareness of the passage of time, also called the passage-oftime judgment (PoTJ) (Wittmann & Lehnhoff, 2005; Friedman & Janssen, 2010), was recently investigated using the Experience Sampling Method (ESM) in order to assess the experience of the passage of time in everyday life (Droit-Volet, 2016b; Droit-Volet & Wearden, 2015, 2016). Using this technique participants are given a mobile phone for a period of several days. They then receive alerts via the mobile phone several times per day, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. In studies of time the participants give their spontaneous and immediate impression of the current passage of time. They also describe their emotional state in terms of affective state (happiness, sadness) and arousal level In addition they evaluate their current activity, indicating whether they find it difficult (activity difficulty) and whether it captures their attention (attention capture). An analysis of the detailed descriptions of the activities conducted at the moment of the alert was impossible since the reported daily activities have been too numerous and varied (Droit-Volet & Wearden, 2015). The results have shown that emotion and attention are relevant factors affecting with participants experiencing an acceleration of the passage of time when they feel happy and their level of arousal increases. Conversely, they experience a slowing down of time when they are sadder and calmer. Passage-of-time judgments have also been found to change as a function of the level of attention devoted to the current activity, Acta Psychologica  Corresponding author at: Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale et Cognitive 2016 Published by Elsevier B.V. Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Acta Psychologica journal homepage locate actpsy accelerating when participants are engaged in an interesting activity. However  these activity-related results seem to differ within the various studies probably due to the wide diversity of daily activities. Furthermore Droit-Volet and Wearden (2016) used ESM.

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