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The perception of time : your questions answered

Author: Simon Grondin
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
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Using a concise question and answer format, The Perception of Time: Your Questions Answered examines basic temporal processes and the ways in which our perception of time can be altered. Divided into three parts, the book provides a contemporary overview of the study of the temporal mind. It begins by introducing the fundamental processes of time perception; how it can be measured, how it can be hindered, and to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Grondin, Simon
The Perception of Time : Your Questions Answered
Milton : Routledge,c2019
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Grondin
ISBN: 9781000761733 1000761738 9781003001638 1003001637 9781000762051 100076205X 9781000761894 1000761894
OCLC Number: 1129192439
Description: 1 online resource (185 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Foreword; PART 1 Basic Temporal Processes; 1 How Are Timing and Time Perception Studied?; General Distinctions; Specific Investigation Methods; Methods Based on Comparison; Comparisons With an Implicit Standard; Other Methods or Performance Indexes; Conclusion; References; 2 Do Psychophysical Laws Hold for Time Perception?; The Psychophysical Law; Weber's Law; Law of Vierordt; Conclusion; References; 3 Is Psychological Time Punctuated With Critical Durations?; Nature of Temporal Experiences; Around Time 0; Psychological Moment Automatic ProcessingMaximum Sensitivity; One Second as a Transition Point; Psychological Present; Conclusion; References; 4 Do We Have an Internal Clock?; Types of Mechanisms; Pacemaker-Counter Device; An Information Processing Version; Conclusion; References; 5 Which Parts of the Brain Are Involved in the Processing of Temporal Information?; Positioning of the Problem; Noncentral Timing; Cortical Areas; Subcortical Structures; Cerebellum; Conclusion; References; 6 Is Temporal Information Processing Based on Rhythm?; Number of Intervals and Their Role; Unique Intervals vs. Rhythm Attending, Attention, and EntrainmentRegularity, Cognitive Efficiency, and Brain; Conclusion; References; 7 Does the Perception of Time Emerge From Our Senses?; Senses for Addressing the Internal Clock Issue; Intramodal Processing of Duration; Conclusion; References; 8 Can We Improve the Processing of Temporal Information?; Training and Intramodal Transfer; Training and Intermodal Transfer; Transfer Towards Other Types of Activity; Conclusion; References; 9 What Is the Influence of Attention on Time Perception?; Retrospective Judgments; Prospective Judgments; With or Without an Internal Clock ConclusionReferences; 10 How Does Space Affect Time Judgments?; Kappa Effect; Influence of Movement; Conclusion; References; 11 What Factors Cause Temporal Distortions?; Perceptual Effects; Cognitive Effects; Body Effects; Conclusion; References; PART 2 Time and Pathologies; 12 What Experience of Time Do People With Schizophrenia Have?; Continuity and Order of Sensory Events; Explicit Judgments on Duration; Neuroscience Data; Conclusion; References; 13 What Relation to Time Do Autistic People Have?; Temporal Rigidity; Performances With Classical Temporal Tasks; Conclusion; References 14 How Is ADHD Linked to Temporal Problems?Deficits in the Processing of Temporal Information; Neurological Bases of Temporal Disorders in ADHD; Aversion to Delays; Conclusion; References; 15 Does a Depressive State Affect Time Perception?; Classical Temporal Tasks; Temporal Orientation and Impression; Conclusion; References; 16 Does Anxiety Affect Time Perception?; Classical Temporal Tasks; Temporal Orientation; Conclusion; References; 17 How Is Parkinson's Disease Related to the Processing of Temporal Information?; Temporal Tasks Involving Motor Skills; Perceptual Temporal Tasks; Emotions
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Using a concise question and answer format, The Perception of Time: Your Questions Answered examines basic temporal processes and the ways in which our perception of time can be altered. Divided into three parts, the book provides a contemporary overview of the study of the temporal mind. It begins by introducing the fundamental processes of time perception; how it can be measured, how it can be hindered, and to what extent it can be enhanced. It proceeds to explain how cognitive and psychological disorders, such as schizophrenia, ADHD, and anxiety can be linked to temporal dysfunction, and answers common questions that face us all: why does time seem to go faster as we age? How do our emotions affect our perception of time? How does our relationship with time differ from others? Providing comprehensive answers to the most pertinent questions of time perception, this book is an ideal companion for advanced students and researchers interested in the psychology of time.

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