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Temporal processing deficits in high-functioning children with autism.
It is well known that complex functions (e.g. perception, attention, memory, emotions, social interactions and language) are usually disturbed in autism. As these functions are characterized byExpand
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Temporal order judgement for auditory and visual stimuli.
The ability to perceive temporal order for pairs of auditory and visual stimuli was investigated in 12 volunteers. They were asked to make judgements about the order of presented stimuli by pressingExpand
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The effect of congenital deafness on duration judgment.
  • J. Kowalska, E. Szelag
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
  • 1 September 2006
OBJECTIVE Congenital deafness provides the opportunity to study how atypical sensory and language experiences affect different aspects of information processing, e.g., time perception. METHODSExpand
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Individual differences in the perception of temporal order: The effect of age and cognition
Temporal-order judgements in the time range of some milliseconds were assessed by using two auditory tasks in 86 participants, aged from 20 to 69 years. Two stimulus presentation modes, binauralExpand
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Duration processing in children as determined by time reproduction: implications for a few seconds temporal window.
From research carried out over recent years using different experimental paradigms, it has become apparent that central information processing is temporally segmented into sequential units of a fewExpand
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Time perception distortion in neuropsychiatric and neurological disorders.
There is no sense organ specifically dedicated to time perception, as there is for other senses such as hearing and vision. However, this subjective sense of time is fundamental to our conception ofExpand
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Sex Differences in Perception of Temporal Order
On duration judgments lasting seconds to minutes, which are thought to be cognitively mediated, women typically perceive time intervals as longer than men do. On a perceptual level in theExpand
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Cortical involvement in temporal reproduction: evidence for differential roles of the hemispheres
Only few studies have addressed temporal processing for durations longer than 1 s, and even fewer studies have investigated cortical involvement in time perception, in particular temporal productionExpand
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Auditory temporal-order judgement is impaired in patients with cortical lesions in posterior regions of the left hemisphere
Auditory temporal-order judgement was investigated in patients suffering from unilateral focal brain lesions, localized in anterior or posterior regions of the left hemisphere (LH) (resulting inExpand
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Auditory perception of temporal order in humans: The effect of age, gender, listener practice and stimulus presentation mode
The temporal order (TO) of two auditory stimuli can be reported correctly when they are separated by a gap of approximate 30 ms. Since no clear evidence on individual differences in human sequencingExpand
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