Size Isn't All that Matters: Noticing Differences in Size and Temporal Order

@inproceedings{Wencil2010SizeIA,
  title={Size Isn't All that Matters: Noticing Differences in Size and Temporal Order},
  author={Elaine B. Wencil and Petya D Radoeva and Anjan Chatterjee},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2010}
}
The ability to represent time and size is essential for thought and action. These domains have traditionally been investigated independently. However, the processing of events in time and space is postulated to have considerable anatomical and behavioral overlap. Here we formally tested for associations and dissociations of abilities in these domains. We examined patterns of impairments in temporal order and relative size judgments in 40 patients with unilateral brain lesions and 20 age-matched… CONTINUE READING