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Time is an important concern in organizational science, yet we lack a systematic review of research on time within individual-level studies. Following a brief introduction, we consider conceptual ideas about time and elaborate on why temporal factors are important for micro-organizational studies. Then, in two sections-one devoted to time-related constructs and the other to the experience of time as a within-person phenomenon-we selectively review both theoretical and empirical studies. On thedoi:10.1146/annurev-orgpsych-032414-111245 fatcat:amje26fy7ffdrcjaqj2voujrha