The recent findings from cognitive science – one of the fastest growing disciplines worldwide – presented in the volume will serve as a useful resource for scientists/psychologists working in the area. The book highlights the current trends in major sub-disciplines in cognitive science and contains high quality succinct papers covering current challenges, with cross-linking of different interfacing disciplines like psychology, neuroscience, computer science, linguistics, and philosophy.
Chapter 12: Implicit Timing
In a laboratory setting, human time perception is frequently studied using tasks with instructions that require the participant to time a stimulus and to make a subsequent judgement about the stimulus duration. Sometimes, the subject is not told in advance that a duration judgement will be required, ...