New Perspectives on Vierordt's Law: Memory-Mixing in Ordinal Temporal Comparison Tasks

@inproceedings{Gu2010NewPO,
  title={New Perspectives on Vierordt's Law: Memory-Mixing in Ordinal Temporal Comparison Tasks},
  author={Bon-Mi Gu and Warren H. Meck},
  booktitle={COST TD0904 International Workshop},
  year={2010}
}
Distortions in temporal memory can occur as a function of differences in signal modalities and/or by the encoding of multiple signal durations associated with different timing tasks into a single memory distribution – an effect referred to as “memory mixing”. Evidence for this type of memory distortion and/or categorization of signal durations as an explanation for changes in temporal context (e.g., duration ranges), as well as for Vierordt’s law (e.g., overestimation of “short” durations and… CONTINUE READING

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