Defining moments for conscious time and content.

Abstract

The spatiotemporal scales of natural phenomena define the observational granularity needed for scientific characterization. In cognitive neurosciences, neural oscillations delineate temporal scales that may naturally provide the computational resolution for information processing in the brain. Do neural oscillations define moments for the perception of time?

DOI: 10.1002/pchj.166

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@article{Wassenhove2017DefiningMF, title={Defining moments for conscious time and content.}, author={Virginie van Wassenhove}, journal={PsyCh journal}, year={2017}, volume={6 2}, pages={168-169} }