Processing of temporal information and the basal ganglia: new evidence from fMRI

@article{Nenadic2002ProcessingOT,
  title={Processing of temporal information and the basal ganglia: new evidence from fMRI},
  author={Igor Nenadic and Christian Gaser and Hans-Peter Volz and Thomas Rammsayer and Frank H{\"a}ger and Heinrich Sauer},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={148},
  pages={238-246}
}
Temporal information processing is a fundamental brain function, which might include central timekeeping mechanisms independent of sensory modality. Psychopharmacological and patient studies suggest a crucial role of the basal ganglia in time estimation. In this study, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) was applied in 15 healthy right-handed male subjects performing an auditory time estimation task (duration discrimination of tone pairs in the range of 1,000–1,400 ms) and frequency… CONTINUE READING
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