Perception of social interaction compresses subjective duration in an oxytocin-dependent manner “…perceived time, rather than being a faithful representation of physical time, is highly idiosyncratic and ingrained with one’s personality trait. Moreover, they suggest that oxytocin is involved in mediating time perception of social interaction, further supporting the role of oxytocin in human social cognition.” Wen Zhou’s group linked our visual perception of mass and energy to our social perception of time in the context of individual differences in how…