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Plos Biology : Parietal Cortex Signals Come Unstuck in Time, Volume 10

By Lyons, Deirdre C.

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Title: Plos Biology : Parietal Cortex Signals Come Unstuck in Time, Volume 10  
Author: Lyons, Deirdre C.
Volume: Volume 10
Language: English
Subject: Journals, Science, Biology
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, PLoS Biology
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Lyons, D. C. (n.d.). Plos Biology : Parietal Cortex Signals Come Unstuck in Time, Volume 10. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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Description : Humans and other animals are surprisingly adept at estimating the duration of temporal intervals, even without the use of watches and clocks. This ability is typically studied in the lab by asking observers to indicate their estimate of the time between two external sensory events. The results of such studies confirm that humans can accurately estimate durations on a variety of time scales. Although many brain areas are thought to contribute to the representation of elapsed time, recent neurophysiological studies have linked the parietal cortex in particular to the perception of sub-second time intervals. In this Primer, we describe previous work on parietal cortex and time perception, and we highlight the findings of a study published in this issue of PLOS Biology, in which Schneider and Ghose [1] characterize singleneuron responses during performance of a novel ‘‘Temporal Production’’ task. During temporal production, the observer must track the passage of time without anticipating any external sensory event, and it appears that the parietal cortex may use a unique strategy to support this type of measurement.

 

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