A mode control model of counting and timing processes.

@article{Meck1983AMC,
  title={A mode control model of counting and timing processes.},
  author={Warren H. Meck and Russell M. Church},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Animal behavior processes},
  year={1983},
  volume={9 3},
  pages={
          320-34
        }
}
The similarity of animal counting and timing processes was demonstrated in four experiments that used a psychophysical choice procedure. In Experiment 1, rats initially learned a discrimination between a two-cycle auditory signal of 2-sec duration and an eight-cycle auditory signal of 8-sec duration. For the number discrimination test, the number of cycles was varied, and the signal duration was held constant at an intermediate value. For the duration discrimination test, the signal duration… CONTINUE READING

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