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Implicitly learning when to be ready: From instances to categories

Change biases identify the features that drive time perception

Flexible Working Memory Through Selective Gating and Attentional Tagging

Implicit learning of temporal behavior in complex dynamic environments

Memory for Stimulus Duration Is Not Bound to Spatial Information

Neural Repetition Suppression Modulates Time Perception: Evidence From Electrophysiology and Pupillometry

The warning stimulus as retrieval cue: The role of associative memory in temporal preparation

fMTP: A Unifying Computational Framework of Temporal Preparation Across Time Scales

Whac-A-Mole: Implicit Adaptation to Temporal Regularities

Hazard versus history: Temporal preparation is driven by past experience

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