Hammond’s book is filled with fascinating details of this sort, uncovering the many ways in which time may be an entirely personal matter.
- Maclean's Magazine
Time is an elastic dimension, maybe even more so when viewed through the lenses of fear, boredom, impatience, sadness and joy. In Time Warped, Claudia Hammond explores this elasticity and the reasons for it.
- Globe and Mail
. . . well-written and appealing.
- Winnipeg Free Press
... accessible [and] entertaining.
She weaves a beautifully constructed story out of the puzzles that preoccupy us about the way we experience time, and the cutting-edge science that tries to make sense of it.
- Mail on Sunday
A serious, journalistic attempt to analyse existing research into the human perception of time.
- Evening Standard
A fascinating and at times mind-boggling book that will change the way you think about time.
- Financial Times
With an engaging, light touch, [Claudia Hammond] describes the ingenious experiments psychologists have devised to explore how our brains construct -- and warp -- time.
- New Scientist
An engaging, well-paced ride through the worlds of psychology, biology and neuroscience. Claudia Hammond’s style balances in-depth analysis with absorbing anecdote.
- Top Sante Magazine