Browsing Psychology by Subject "Temporal bisection"
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Dilation and constriction of subjective time based on observed walking speed (Frontiers Media S.A., 2018-12-21)The physical properties of events are known to modulate perceived time. This study tested the effect of different quantitative (walking speed) and qualitative (walking-forward vs. walking-backward) features of observed ...
Symbolism overshadows the effect of physical size in supra-second temporal illusions (Springer Nature, 2019-11)The perception of quantities has been suggested to rely on shared, magnitude-based representational systems that preserve metric properties. As such, different quantifiable dimensions that can characterize any given stimulus ...
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