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What is psychological distance?

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2014-10-16 21:23:44
2014-10-16 21:23:44

Psychological distance is the subjective (versus objective) distance that is perceived.

In construal level theory (CLT), it is defined on several dimensions with temporal, spatial, social, and hypothetical distance considered most important. There is some debate about the informational, experiential, and affective distances among social psychologists.

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