The psychological contract has always been considered a dynamic phenomenon that is created, maintained, renegotiated, and abandoned over time. Yet, it is only in recent decades that scholars have truly started to treat the psychological contract as a dynamic phenomenon in empirical research. In this chapter, we give a brief overview of recent theoretical and empirical advances in temporal psychological contract research. We discuss the diverse roles that time can play in psychological contracts, highlighting potential gaps in the literature. Finally, we consider some key conceptual and methodological challenges that need to be overcome to advance research on psychological contract dynamics.