Whenever you move your eyes quickly from one point to another point, there is a disconnect between your eyes and brain, so your perception of time stretches backwards slightly. This is why, when you first look at a clock, it appears to take longer than a second to move.
While men seen the average woman as average looking, women see the average man as below average.
People see their own faces as being more physically attractive than they actually are.
The feeling you get when you say a word over and over until it stops sounding like a real word is called Jamais Vu.
Pareidolia is a type of illusion or misperception involving a vague or obscure stimulus being perceived as something clear and distinct. For example, in the discolorations of a burnt tortilla one sees the face of Jesus.
Our brain perceives people who annoy us as moving slower than they actually are.
Neurologist Oliver Sacks reported a case of a man whose perception of time was so radically skewed that it took him several hours to wipe his nose, even though he felt like he was doing it at a normal rate.
Whenever you move your eyes quickly from one point to another, your perception of time stretches slightly backwards. The brain attempts to compensate, which is why the first moment you look at a clock, it seems to take longer than a second for the second hand to move.