Neuropharmacological evidence for different timing mechanisms in humans.

@article{Rammsayer1999NeuropharmacologicalEF,
  title={Neuropharmacological evidence for different timing mechanisms in humans.},
  author={Thomas Rammsayer},
  journal={The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative and physiological psychology},
  year={1999},
  volume={52 3},
  pages={273-86}
}
  • Thomas Rammsayer
  • Published 1999 in
    The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology…
Temporal processing of intervals in the range of seconds or more is cognitively mediated, whereas processing of brief durations below 500 msec appears to be based on brain mechanisms outside cognitive control. To elucidate the critical role of various neurotransmitters in timing processes in humans, the effects of 3 mg of haloperidol, a dopamine receptor antagonist, 11 mg of the benzodiazepine midazolam, and 1 mg of scopolamine, a cholinergic receptor antagonist, were compared in a placebo… CONTINUE READING
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