A Timely Endeavor: Theoretical, Behavioral, Bioimaging, and Clinical Perspectives on Time Perception
Events and actions evolve over time, making the perception of time one of the most central issues in Cognitive Science. However, to-date many questions remain in regards to time perception and the nature of time. A newly formed network of scientists has recently joined forces in order to advance the human understanding of time though a multidisciplinary approach. This network tackles issues from defining the concept of time to developing rehabilitation techniques and it is fostered by the COST-ESF framework.
KeywordsTime perception temporal processing time
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