the capacity to approximate time intervals or the time of day without data from clocks. Many exterior and interior cues and stimulants add to a sense of time, such as the position of the sun in the sky, regular daily occurrences, and interior body rhythms. However, one

TIME SENSE: "It's a mystery to the doctors how she came to have such a disrupted time sense."
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