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I'm doing some research for my book and need to know: When do children first learn the concept of time? How and when do they learn temporal study habits? Are there experts on this topic?

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Some people never really learn to manage time... –  Martijn Jan 28 at 22:03
This isn't on topic here I'm afraid. Ill migrate to parenting.se –  Rory Alsop Jan 29 at 8:45

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I have two daughters, 4 years and 2 years. Though I'm not an expert on parenting I love my children. Can you be more specific on the topic? Then I can try to help out as much as I can!

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I'm really looking for informed research on the topic of how children learn to manage their time. I'm reasoning that it has something to do with how they learn the concept of time. Does this help? –  Francis Wade Jan 27 at 23:52
We all teach ourselves how to manage our time when before we reach college age - the questions are how and when? Most people never upgrade their practices and simply repeat what they taught themselves. This ends up limiting our personal productivity because we forget that we somehow pulled this off without a book or a program. My questions may appeal to everyone with an interest in personal productivity. –  Francis Wade Jan 29 at 21:47

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