We investigated the effect of time delay on hand motion and subjective time perception in a virtual environment. Our results indicated that time delays correlated with decreased hand motion speed and altered time perception. These findings suggest that body movements act as critical reference points for constructing subjective time, and alterations in these references can influence time perception.

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