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The study sought to investigate the relationship between time perspectives (TP) and the life satisfaction (lS) of young adults with the moderation effect of two dimensions of the sense of adulthood as a task and as a limitation The study involved 208 people aged 19-35 years (M = 23,45; SD = 3,17) who filled out the Sense of Adulthood Scale of zagórska, The Satisfaction with Life Scale of Juczyński, and the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory. As predicted, the effect of moderation was obtaineddoi:10.4467/20843879pr.19.018.11296 fatcat:ay22bv5ypzhpzdxrmylrc5gosi