KARL VON VIERORDT’S TIME LAW AND THE CORONA PANDEMIC

KARL VON VIERORDT’S TIME LAW AND THE CORONA PANDEMIC

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Underestimating Long Periods AND Overestimating Short Periods

Karl Von Vierordt spent his career studying how people perceive time. His biggest finding is the opposite of what you’d assume.

LINK: https://lnkd.in/eZ-q-wN The longer something drags on the easier it is to forget the earlier moments of your experience. Five minutes can feel long because you remember everything you’ve thought about over those five minutes. An hour can feel short because your mind might have contemplated 17 different topics during that period, 15 of which you don’t recall anymore.

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EXAMPLE: Make someone wait in a room for one minute. After a minute, ask them how long they think they’ve been waiting. They’ll likely tell you something like “three minutes.” Now put them in the room for an hour, and ask them again. They’ll likely tell you something like “40 minutes.”

QUERY: Does this relate to Corona Virus “stay-at-home” orders and patient age?

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