In The News: It’s only been 5 months of COVID? The psychology behind time perception

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KIRO Radio and MyNorthwest's Nicole Jennings interviewed Albert Tsai, MD, psychiatrist at Overlake Clinics about perception of time during a pandemic. 

From the article, "Dr. Albert Tsai, a psychiatrist at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue, said when we keep busy, get things done, and have structure in our day, our minds perceive time as passing quickly.

“Structure is really important in regulating our moods, our anxieties, and certainly the perception of time passing changes with that structure or lack of structure,” he said."

Read the full article here.