Temporal cognition: Connecting subjective time to perception, attention, and memory.

@article{Matthews2016TemporalCC,
  title={Temporal cognition: Connecting subjective time to perception, attention, and memory.},
  author={W. Matthews and W. Meck},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={2016},
  volume={142 8},
  pages={
          865-907
        }
}
Time is a universal psychological dimension, but time perception has often been studied and discussed in relative isolation. Increasingly, researchers are searching for unifying principles and integrated models that link time perception to other domains. In this review, we survey the links between temporal cognition and other psychological processes. Specifically, we describe how subjective duration is affected by nontemporal stimulus properties (perception), the allocation of processing… Expand
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