Neuroanatomical and Neurochemical Substrates of Timing


We all have a sense of time. Yet, there are no sensory receptors specifically dedicated for perceiving time. It is an almost uniquely intangible sensation: we cannot see time in the way that we see color, shape, or even location. So how is time represented in the brain? We explore the neural substrates of metrical representations of time such as duration… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/npp.2010.113


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