Cognitive timing: neuropsychology and anatomic basis.

@article{Coslett2009CognitiveTN,
  title={Cognitive timing: neuropsychology and anatomic basis.},
  author={H. Branch Coslett and Jeff Shenton and Tamarah Dyer and Martin Wiener},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2009},
  volume={1254},
  pages={38-48}
}
We report data from 31 subjects with focal hemisphere lesions (15 left hemisphere) as well as 16 normal controls on a battery of tasks assessing the estimation, production and reproduction of time intervals ranging from 2-12 s. Both visual and auditory stimuli were employed for the estimation and production tasks. First, ANOVAs were performed to assess the effect of stimulus modality on estimation and production tasks; a significant effect of stimulus modality was observed for the production… CONTINUE READING