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    • Cultural life scripts structure recall from autobiographical memory. 

      Berntsen, Dorthe; Rubin, David C (Mem Cognit, 2004-04)
      Three classes of evidence demonstrate the existence of life scripts, or culturally shared representations of the timing of major transitional life events. First, a reanalysis of earlier studies on age norms shows an increase ...
    • Emotional Modulation of Time Perception 

      Lake, Jessica (2014)
      Our perception of time is not veridical but rather is consistently modulating by changing dynamics in our environment. Anecdotal experiences suggest that emotions can be powerful modulators of time perception; nevertheless, ...
    • Neural Coding Strategies in Cortico-Striatal Circuits Subserving Interval Timing 

      Cheng, Ruey-Kuang (2010)
      Interval timing, defined as timing and time perception in the seconds-to-minutes range, is a higher-order cognitive function that has been shown to be critically dependent upon cortico-striatal circuits in the brain. However, ...
    • Neuronal correlates of visual time perception at brief timescales. 

      Mayo, J Patrick; Sommer, Marc A (Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2013-01-22)
      Successful interaction with the world depends on accurate perception of the timing of external events. Neurons at early stages of the primate visual system represent time-varying stimuli with high precision. However, it ...
    • Rapid, accurate time estimation in zebrafish (Danio rerio). 

      Cerutti, Daniel T; Jozefowiez, J; Staddon, John ER (Behav Processes, 2013-10)
      Zebrafish were tested in an appetitive Pavlovian delayed conditioning task. After an intertrial interval of k*T s (k=11.25; T=8, 16 or 32 s), a small, translucent vertical pole was illuminated (CS) for T s. Food was presented ...
    • Rapid, accurate time estimation in zebrafish (Danio rerio). 

      Cerutti, Daniel T; Jozefowiez, J; Staddon, John ER (Behav Processes, 2013-10)
      Zebrafish were tested in an appetitive Pavlovian delayed conditioning task. After an intertrial interval of k*T s (k=11.25; T=8, 16 or 32 s), a small, translucent vertical pole was illuminated (CS) for T s. Food was presented ...
    • Rapid, accurate time estimation in zebrafish (Danio rerio). 

      Cerutti, DT; Jozefowiez, J; Staddon, JER (Behav Processes, 2013-10)
      Zebrafish were tested in an appetitive Pavlovian delayed conditioning task. After an intertrial interval of k*T s (k=11.25; T=8, 16 or 32 s), a small, translucent vertical pole was illuminated (CS) for T s. Food was presented ...
    • Reference periods in retrospective behavioral self-report: A qualitative investigation. 

      Gryczynski, Jan; Nordeck, Courtney; Mitchell, Shannon Gwin; O'Grady, Kevin E; McNeely, Jennifer; Wu, Li-Tzy; Schwartz, Robert P (The American journal on addictions, 2015-12)
      Self-report questions in substance use research and clinical screening often ask individuals to reflect on behaviors, symptoms, or events over a specified time period. However, there are different ways of phrasing conceptually ...
    • Spatial imagery preserves temporal order. 

      Watson, ME; Rubin, DC (Memory, 1996-09)
      Line drawings were presented in either a spatial or a nonspatial format. Subjects recalled each of four sets of 24 items in serial order. Amount recalled in the correct serial order and sequencing errors were scored. In ...
    • Stream segregation on a single electrode as a function of pulse rate in cochlear implant listeners. 

      Duran, Sara I. (2010)
      While cochlear implants usually provide a high level of speech recognition in quiet, speech recognition in noise and music appreciation remain challenging. In response to these issues, several studies have proposed increasing ...
    • Telescoping is not time compression: a model of the dating of autobiographical events. 

      Baddeley, Alan D; Rubin, David C (Mem Cognit, 1989-11)
      A model of telescoping is proposed that assumes no systematic errors in dating. Rather, the overestimation of recent occurrences of events is based on the combination of three factors: (1) Retention is greater for recent ...
    • The influence of different Stop-signal response time estimation procedures on behavior-behavior and brain-behavior correlations. 

      Boehler, C Nicolas; Appelbaum, L Gregory; Krebs, Ruth M; Hopf, Jens-Max; Woldorff, Marty G (Behav Brain Res, 2012-04-01)
      The fundamental cognitive-control function of inhibitory control over motor behavior has been extensively investigated using the Stop-signal task. The critical behavioral parameter describing stopping efficacy is the Stop-signal ...