Decoupling interval timing and climbing neural activity: a dissociation between CNV and N1P2 amplitudes.

@article{Kononowicz2014DecouplingIT,
  title={Decoupling interval timing and climbing neural activity: a dissociation between CNV and N1P2 amplitudes.},
  author={Tadeusz W. Kononowicz and Hedderik van Rijn},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 8},
  pages={2931-9}
}
It is often argued that climbing neural activity, as for example reflected by the contingent negative variation (CNV) in the electroencephalogram, is the signature of the subjective experience of time. According to this view, the resolution of the CNV coincides with termination of subjective timing processes. Paradoxically, behavioral data indicate that participants keep track of timing even after the standard interval (SI) has passed. This study addresses whether timing continues after CNV… CONTINUE READING
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