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In each of these fields, it poses a serious scientific problem and on many occasions leads to considerable debate and even the revision of theories... In psychology, time is equally important both as an objective factor, being a foundation for measuring changes, and as a subjective thing, a target of our perceptions and thoughts... The second chapter, by Simon Grondin, focuses on experimental methods in the psychology of time... The author’s intention is to introduce the reader to research methodology as a foundation for understanding the field... More technical aspects of time perception research are covered in the chapter 3. Hannes Eisler, Anna D... Eisler, and Åke Hellström focus on the issues of psychophysical measurement in the domain of time, such as Vierordt’s law or time-order error... This chapter concludes with the presentation of the parallel-clock model of Hannes Eisler, which is an account of psychophysical function for duration estimation... Large provides accounts of how our brains recognize rhythm in musical patterns and how we adapt our behavior, attention, and perception to it... The author argues that rhythm perception capacity does not reside in some specialized and detached functional module, but that it is probably based on neuronal oscillations, a fundamental feature of the nervous system... Ivry, summarize research on the relations between temporal processing and motor control. They attempt to combine cognitive approaches to human movement timing with accounts based on the dynamical systems theory... For the authors, this is an argument for the conclusion that subjective time does not flow, unless we direct our attention at it (p. 390)... In conclusion, chapter 13, written by the physicist Francesco S... In summary, I am convinced that Simon Grondin has succeeded in preparing a volume that covers the state-of-the-art knowledge about time in psychology.

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A timely issue
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In each of these fields, it poses a serious scientific problem and on many occasions leads to considerable debate and even the revision of theories... In psychology, time is equally important both as an objective factor, being a foundation for measuring changes, and as a subjective thing, a target of our perceptions and thoughts... The second chapter, by Simon Grondin, focuses on experimental methods in the psychology of time... The author’s intention is to introduce the reader to research methodology as a foundation for understanding the field... More technical aspects of time perception research are covered in the chapter 3. Hannes Eisler, Anna D... Eisler, and Åke Hellström focus on the issues of psychophysical measurement in the domain of time, such as Vierordt’s law or time-order error... This chapter concludes with the presentation of the parallel-clock model of Hannes Eisler, which is an account of psychophysical function for duration estimation... Large provides accounts of how our brains recognize rhythm in musical patterns and how we adapt our behavior, attention, and perception to it... The author argues that rhythm perception capacity does not reside in some specialized and detached functional module, but that it is probably based on neuronal oscillations, a fundamental feature of the nervous system... Ivry, summarize research on the relations between temporal processing and motor control. They attempt to combine cognitive approaches to human movement timing with accounts based on the dynamical systems theory... For the authors, this is an argument for the conclusion that subjective time does not flow, unless we direct our attention at it (p. 390)... In conclusion, chapter 13, written by the physicist Francesco S... In summary, I am convinced that Simon Grondin has succeeded in preparing a volume that covers the state-of-the-art knowledge about time in psychology.

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