The hazards of time

  • Nobre A
  • Correa A
  • Coull J
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Abstract

Temporal expectations are continuously formed and updated, and interact with expectations about other relevant attributes of events, in order to optimise our interaction with unfolding sensory stimulation. In this paper, we will highlight some evidence revealing the pervasive effects of temporal expectations in modulating perception and action, and reflect on the current state of understanding about their underlying neural systems and mechanisms. © 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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