Brain activation induced by estimation of duration: a PET study.

@article{Maquet1996BrainAI,
  title={Brain activation induced by estimation of duration: a PET study.},
  author={Pierre Maquet and Helga Lejeune and Viviane Pouthas and Michel Bonnet and Laurence Casini and Françoise Macar and M. Timsit-Berthier and Franck Vidal and Andr{\'e} Ferrara and Christian Degueldre and L A Quaglia and Guy Delfiore and Andr{\'e} Luxen and Roger P. Woods and John C. Mazziotta and Dominique Comar},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={1996},
  volume={3 2},
  pages={119-26}
}
Duration information about a visual stimulus requires processing as do other visual features such as size or intensity. Using positron emission tomography, iterative H215O infusions, and statistical parametric mapping, we investigated the neural correlates of time processing. Nine normal subjects underwent six serial rCBF. Three tasks were studied: (a) A temporal generalization task (D task) in which the subjects had to judge (by pressing one of two keys) whether the duration of the… CONTINUE READING
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