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Sensory and association cortex in time perception

Bueti, D; Bahrami, B; Walsh, V; (2008) Sensory and association cortex in time perception. J COGNITIVE NEUROSCI , 20 (6) 1054 - 1062.

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Abstract

The recent upsurge of interest in brain mechanisms of time perception is beginning to converge on some new starting points for investigating this long under studied aspect of our experience. In four experiments, we asked whether disruption of normal activitv in human MT/V5 would interfere with temporal discrimination. Although clearly associated with both spatial and motion processing, MT/V5 has not yet been implicated in temporal processes. Following predictions from brain imaging studies that have shown the parietal cortex to be important in human time perception, we also asked whether disruption of either the left or right parietal cortex would interfere with time perception preferentially in the auditory or visual domain. The results show that the right posterior parietal cortex is important for timing of auditory and visual Stimuli and that MT/V5 is necessary for timing only of visual events.

Type:Article
Title:Sensory and association cortex in time perception
Keywords:TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION, PARIETAL CORTEX, INTERNAL CLOCK, BRAIN ACTIVATION, MOTION, REPRESENTATION, INTERVALS, SYSTEMS, MOTOR, FMRI
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Brain Sciences > Psychology and Language Sciences (Division of) > Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences

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