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Scientists prove time flies when you’re busy
Working in the University of Alberta Department of Psychology, Chaston and Kingstone devised a test that required subjects to find specific items in various images–a sort of “Where’s Waldo” activity. However, before the subjects started, they were told that once they had completed the test, they would be asked to estimate how much time had passed.

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