The Cognitive Representation of Time and Duration

Ulrich, R., Rattat, A-C., Ogden, R., Van Rijn, H. & Bratzke, D., Mar-2014, In : Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences. 126, p. 21-23 3 p.

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How do people represent the duration of an event in memory and which mechanisms except timing are involved in processing and maintaining temporal information within the cognitive system? The speakers of this symposium will address this and related questions. Anne-Claire Rattat focuses on long-term retention of durations in children and adults. Ruth Ogden discusses executive functions that are involved in timing and time perception. Hedderik van Rijn and Niels Taagten show how general principles of memory and attention can be connected with theories about time perception. Finally, Daniel Bratzke reviews prominent ideas about how temporal information is coded within and across sensory modalities. The titles and abstracts of the four talks are given below.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)21-23
Number of pages3
JournalProcedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences
Publication statusPublished - Mar-2014

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