| Zaoyi Sun, Qingyan Li, Fei Luo, Liang X. Mental time travel ability influences the representation of events and emotional expressions: evidence from microblogs. BMC psychology vol 11 issue 1 2023 36869402
||in study 1, we assessed the users' mtt distances, text lengths, visual perspectives, priming effects of temporal words, and emotional valences by analyzing 2973 users' microblog texts.
| Adriana Del Palacio-Gonzalez, Dorthe Berntse. The tendency for experiencing involuntary future and past mental time travel is robustly related to thought suppression: an exploratory study. Psychological research vol 83 issue 4 2019 30569386
||in three exploratory studies, we investigated the relation between individual differences in experiencing involuntary past and future mtt, and selected emotional and cognitive processes, with a special focus on thought suppression.
| Xavier No\\xc3\\xabl, Nematollah Jaafari, Antoine Bechar. Addictive behaviors: Why and how impaired mental time matters? Progress in brain research vol 235 issue 2018 29054290
||we argue that facilitating mtt represents, for individuals with addictive behaviors, an important process to enhance readiness to change, and to improve the quality and the efficiency of psychosocial interventions that focus on "emotional correction."
| Gui-Fang Chen, Lu-Lu Liu, Ji-Fang Cui, Tao Chen, Xiao-Jing Qin, Jie-Chun Gan, Bin Bi, David L Neumann, David H K Shum, Ya Wang, Raymond C K Cha. Life review therapy enhances mental time travel in patients with schizophrenia. Psychiatry research vol 258 issue 2018 29024892
||mtt, emotional status, life satisfaction and cognitive functions were assessed before and after the training.
| Anne S Rasmussen, Dorthe Berntse. The reality of the past versus the ideality of the future: emotional valence and functional differences between past and future mental time travel. Memory & cognition vol 41 issue 2 2014 23055119
||at the same time, one major difference between past and future mtt is that future as compared to past events generally are more emotionally positive and idyllic, suggesting that the two types of event representations may also serve different functions for emotion, self, and behavioral regulation.