Neural modulation by regularity and passage of time.

  title={Neural modulation by regularity and passage of time.},
  author={{\'A}ngel Correa and Anna Christina Nobre},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={100 3},
The current study tested whether multiple rhythms could flexibly induce temporal expectations (temporal orienting) and whether these expectations interact with temporal expectations associated with the passage of time (foreperiod effects). A visual stimulus that moved following a regular rhythm was temporarily occluded for a variable duration (occlusion foreperiod). The task involved making a speeded perceptual discrimination about the target stimulus that reappeared after the occlusion… CONTINUE READING

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