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Time perception is a fundamental aspect of young children's daily lives and is affected by a number of factors. The present study aimed to investigate the precise developmental course of young children's time perception from 3 to 5 years old and the effects of emotion localization on their time perception ability. A total of 120 children were tested using an adapted time perception task with black squares (Experiment 1) and emotional facial expressions (Experiment 2). Results suggested thatdoi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.688165 pmid:34168601 pmcid:PMC8217659 fatcat:z5fljhyjdbhf3otnlfxjlpru54