Time perception: the bad news and the good

  title={Time perception: the bad news and the good},
  author={W. J. Matthews and Warren H. Meck},
  booktitle={Wiley interdisciplinary reviews. Cognitive science},
Time perception is fundamental and heavily researched, but the field faces a number of obstacles to theoretical progress. In this advanced review, we focus on three pieces of 'bad news' for time perception research: temporal perception is highly labile across changes in experimental context and task; there are pronounced individual differences not just in overall performance but in the use of different timing strategies and the effect of key variables; and laboratory studies typically bear… CONTINUE READING
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