Lost in time: a historical frame, elementary processing units and the 3-second window.

  title={Lost in time: a historical frame, elementary processing units and the 3-second window.},
  author={Ernst P{\"o}ppel},
  journal={Acta neurobiologiae experimentalis},
  volume={64 3},
  • Ernst Pöppel
  • Published 2004 in Acta neurobiologiae experimentalis
The main topics of time and timing in psychology, cognitive neuroscience and biology have been formulated already in the nineteenth century. Unfortunately, time and timing as a challenging topic has been put to rest for quite some time, but has become a central issue again during the last years. It has become clear, that perceptual or cognitive processes can only be understood if the dimension of time is taken more seriously. The reduction of complexity in neuronal systems is for instance… CONTINUE READING
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