Short-term memory for time intervals

@inproceedings{Church1980ShorttermMF,
  title={Short-term memory for time intervals},
  author={Russell M. Church},
  year={1980}
}
Abstract The effect of intertrial interval, preset interval, and retention interval on the performance of rats in a time estimation task was described. On each trial a signal was presented for a duration of 2 to 8 sec. Eighteen rats were trained to press one lever (the short response) if the signal was shorter than 4 sec, and another lever (the long response) if the signal was longer than 4 sec. When trials were massed (Experiment 1), the percentage long response was affected by the… CONTINUE READING

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