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Some people are able to foresee the future implications of their present behavior very well, while others
live ‘in the present’ and do not anticipate the future consequences of their activities as strongly.
 
The study of time perspective suggests new directions in our understanding of individuals’ way of remembering their past, experiencing the present, and foreseeing the future. This special issue features
the latest research on time perspective in learning, developmental, and interpersonal contexts. You can
read all these articles online now:
 
Time perspective in learning, developmental, and interpersonal contexts
Toshiaki Shirai
 
Examining students’ future time perspective: Pathways to knowledge building
Jonathan C. Hilpert, Jenefer Husman, Glenda S. Stump, Wonsik Kim, Wen-Ting Chung and Mary Anne Duggan
 
A longitudinal study on time perspectives: Relations with academic delay of gratification and learning environment
Thea Peetsma, Jaap Schuitema and Ineke van der Veen
 
Dynamic changing process of hope in early adolescence: Analysis of individual differences during the transition from elementary school to junior high school
Manabu Tsuzuki
 
Personal goal orientations and subjective well-being of adolescents
Elina Marttinen and Katariina Salmela-Aro
 
Time orientation and identity formation: Long-term longitudinal dynamics in emerging adulthood
Toshiaki Shirai, Tomoyasu Nakamura and Kumiko Katsuma
 
Entrusting dreams to someone else: The influences of autobiographical memory and future time perspectives on abandonment and entrustment of dreams
Yoko Ishino and Hiroyuki Shimizu
 
Time perspective and motivation in interpersonal contexts
Matsuko Kashio
 
How mothers affect adolescents’ future orientation: A two-source analysis
Rachel Seginer and Shirli Shoyer
 
Future time perspective as a motivational variable: Content and extension of future goals affect the quantity and quality of motivation
Willy Lens, Maria Paula Paix√£o, Dora Herrera and Adelene Grobler
 

 
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Japanese Psychological Research Each volume of the journal features original contributions from members of the Japanese Psychological Association and other leading international researchers. The editor is now accepting submissions.
 
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