Richard Fereday

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The perception of time is distorted by many factors (e.g., arousal, temperature, age etc.), but is it possible that causality would affect our perception of time? We investigate timing changes in the temporal binding effect, which refers to a subjective shortening of the interval between actions and their outcomes. Four experiments investigated whether(More)
The contribution of Francis Balkwill to the understanding of the masticatory system is virtually unknown in this country. In 1866 he presented the results of considerable research on this subject to the Odontological Society of Great Britain, but his observations were ignored and the paper remained 'buried' in the Transactions for nearly 50 years. In 1912 a(More)
The perception of time is distorted by many factors, but is it possible that causality would affect our perception of time? We investigate timing changes in the temporal binding effect, which refers to a subjective shortening of the interval between actions and their outcomes. Two experiments investigated whether binding may be due to variations in the rate(More)
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