Time is memory and you control it | Lila Davachi





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Published on Apr 3, 2017

How do we perceive time -- and how does that contrast what time really is? Neurologist Lila Davachi addresses the line between objective and subjective time, exposing how our internal worlds modulate our experiences in collaboration with the external world which construct the unique realities each of us exist in. This talk answers elusive questions like: What makes a day feel like it is going on forever? Why don’t the good times last?
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