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Cognitive versus associative decision rules in timing

Abstract : Though assisted by constructed clocks and calendars, our sense of time is actually deeply rooted in biological mechanisms we share with all other animal species (Lejeune & Wearden, 1991). Our understanding of these mechanisms has been much advanced by operant-conditioning experiments with humans and (infrahuman) animals. In these experiments, an operant response, such as key-pecking or button-pushing, is reinforced or not depending on the time elapsed since a specific stimulus (a so-calledtime marker).
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Jeremie Jozefowiez, Armando Machado, J. E. R. Staddon. Cognitive versus associative decision rules in timing. Aristila, Valtteri; Lloyd, Dan. Subjective Time: The Philosophy, Psychology, and Neuroscience of Temporality, MIT Press, 355-376 p., 2014. ⟨hal-02381697⟩



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