Time perception, attention, and memory: a selective review.

@article{Block2014TimePA,
  title={Time perception, attention, and memory: a selective review.},
  author={Richard Alan Block and Ronald Peter Gruber},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2014},
  volume={149},
  pages={129-33}
}
This article provides a selective review of time perception research, mainly focusing on the authors' research. Aspects of psychological time include simultaneity, successiveness, temporal order, and duration judgments. In contrast to findings at interstimulus intervals or durations less than 3.0-5.0 s, there is little evidence for an "across-senses" effect of perceptual modality (visual vs. auditory) at longer intervals or durations. In addition, the flow of time (events) is a pervasive… CONTINUE READING
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