The long and short of mental time travel—self-projection over time-scales large and small.
|Authors:||Broadway, James M.; Zedelius, Claire M.; Schooler, Jonathan W.; Grondin, Simon|
|Abstract:||This Research Topic is about time-experience broadly construed, as it manifests at perceptual and conceptual time-scales (milliseconds-to-seconds vs. longer times, respectively). Authors representing a broad spectrum of psychology and neuroscience have contributed, introducing novel theories, empirical findings, and methodological innovations. In this Editorial we give a thematic overview of the exciting and diverse contents of this Research Topic. (Abbreviations: O, Opinion; H&T, Hypothesis and Theory; OR, Original Research; P, Perspective; MR, Mini-Review; GC, General Commentary; M, Methods). -- Keywords : time perception, consciousness, mental time travel, oscillatory activity, memory, attention, rhythm perception, internal clock|
|Issue Date:||20 May 2015|
|Open Access Date:||14 March 2016|
|This document was published in:||Frontiers in Psychology : Perception Science, Vol. 6, 668 (2015)|
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|Collection:||Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture|
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