Voluntary action expands perceived duration of its sensory consequence

  title={Voluntary action expands perceived duration of its sensory consequence},
  author={Junghyun Park and Madeleine Schlag-Rey and John Schlag},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
When we look at a clock with a hand showing seconds, the hand sometimes appears to stay longer at its first-seen position than at the following positions, evoking an illusion of chronostasis. This illusory extension of perceived duration has been shown to be coupled to saccadic eye movement and it has been suggested to serve as a mechanism of maintaining spatial stability across the saccade. Here, we examined the effects of three kinds of voluntary movements on the illusion of chonostasis: key… CONTINUE READING

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