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Being a child is like starting a book.In the first five pages of a new book, you are trying to understand what world you have entered, how the characters relate to one another, and what the writing style is.When you are a child, you encounter similar challenges, trying to understand the world around you and how to judge the people in it.This might cause time to move slower. How does time perception differ in children and adults?

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Mapa Conceptual: How Does time Perception Change As You Get Older?

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