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Rabbit Hole

Prospective Versus Retrospective Time

Teigen, K. H. and K. I. Karevold (2005). Looking back versus looking ahead: Framing of time and work at different stages of a project. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 18, 229–246.

Underestimation and Overestimation of Prospective Time

Roy, M. M., N. J. S. Christenfeld, and C. R. M. McKenzie (2005). Underestimating the duration of future events memory: Incorrectly used or memory bias. Psychological Bulletin, 131, 738–756.

Zauberman, G. and J. G. Lynch (2005). Resource slack and propensity to discount delayed investments of time versus money. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 134, 23–37.

Writing Styles

The Chicago Manual of Style Online. (Author's note: Available online at www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/indexT.html. Various guidance under "Time.")

Anchors and Estimation of Time

Konig, C. J. (2005). Anchors distort estimates of expected duration. Psychological Reports, 96, 253–256.

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