Extinction of responding maintained by timeout from avoidance. (1/917)The resistance to extinction of lever pressing maintained by timeout from avoidance was examined. Rats were trained under a concurrent schedule in which responses on one lever postponed shock on a free-operant avoidance (Sidman) schedule (response-shock interval = 30 s) and responses on another lever produced 2 min of signaled timeout from avoidance on a variable-ratio 15 schedule. Following extended training (106 to 363 2-hr sessions), two experiments were conducted. In Experiment 1 two different methods of extinction were compared. In one session, all shocks were omitted, and there was some weakening of avoidance but little change in timeout responding. In another session, responding on the timeout lever was ineffective, and under these conditions timeout responding showed rapid extinction. The within-session patterns produced by extinction manipulations were different than the effects of drugs such as morphine, which also reduces timeout responding. In Experiment 2 shock was omitted for many consecutive sessions. Response rates on the avoidance lever declined relatively rapidly, with noticeable reductions within 5 to 10 sessions. Extinction of the timeout lever response was much slower than extinction of avoidance in all 4 rats, and 2 rats continued responding at baseline levels for more than 20 extinction sessions. These results show that lever pressing maintained by negative reinforcement can be highly resistant to extinction. The persistence of responding on the timeout lever after avoidance extinction is not readily explained by current theories. (+info)
Aphasic disorder in patients with closed head injury. (2/917)Quantitative assessment of 50 patients with closed head injury disclosed that anomic errors and word finding difficulty were prominent sequelae as nearly half of the series had defective scores on tests of naming and/or word association. Aphasic disturbance was associated with severity of brain injury as reflected by prolonged coma and injury of the brain stem. (+info)
Plasticity of temporal information processing in the primary auditory cortex. (3/917)Neurons in the rat primary auditory cortex (A1) generally cannot respond to tone sequences faster than 12 pulses per second (pps). To test whether experience can modify this maximum following rate in adult rats, trains of brief tones with random carrier frequency but fixed repetition rate were paired with electrical stimulation of the nucleus basalis (NB) 300 to 400 times per day for 20-25 days. Pairing NB stimulation with 5-pps stimuli markedly decreased the cortical response to rapidly presented stimuli, whereas pairing with 15-pps stimuli significantly increased the maximum cortical following rate. In contrast, pairing with fixed carrier frequency 15-pps trains did not significantly increase the mean maximum following rate. Thus this protocol elicits extensive cortical remodeling of temporal response properties and demonstrates that simple differences in spectral and temporal features of the sensory input can drive very different cortical reorganizations. (+info)
Time and memory: towards a pacemaker-free theory of interval timing. (4/917)A popular view of interval timing in animals is that it is driven by a discrete pacemaker-accumulator mechanism that yields a linear scale for encoded time. But these mechanisms are fundamentally at odds with the Weber law property of interval timing, and experiments that support linear encoded time can be interpreted in other ways. We argue that the dominant pacemaker-accumulator theory, scalar expectancy theory (SET), fails to explain some basic properties of operant behavior on interval-timing procedures and can only accommodate a number of discrepancies by modifications and elaborations that raise questions about the entire theory. We propose an alternative that is based on principles of memory dynamics derived from the multiple-time-scale (MTS) model of habituation. The MTS timing model can account for data from a wide variety of time-related experiments: proportional and Weber law temporal discrimination, transient as well as persistent effects of reinforcement omission and reinforcement magnitude, bisection, the discrimination of relative as well as absolute duration, and the choose-short effect and its analogue in number-discrimination experiments. Resemblances between timing and counting are an automatic consequence of the model. We also argue that the transient and persistent effects of drugs on time estimates can be interpreted as well within MTS theory as in SET. Recent real-time physiological data conform in surprising detail to the assumptions of the MTS habituation model. Comparisons between the two views suggest a number of novel experiments. (+info)
Evaluation of quantitative theories of timing. (5/917)Scalar timing theory is a clear, complete, modular, and precise theory of timing that explains much of the data from many timing procedures, but not all of the data from all of the procedures. The multiple-time-scale theory of timing provides an alternative representation of time that has not yet been tested with respect to its fit to timing data. (+info)
Multiple time scales is well named. (6/917)Staddon and Higa's article is a critique of scalar expectancy theory, and a proposed alternative, multiple time scales. The critique is generally flawed, both factually and logically. The alternative is bewildering in its flexibility, opaque in its quantitative description, and never addressed to real data. (+info)
Modeling modeling. (7/917)Models are tools; they need to fit both the hand and the task. Presence or absence of a feature such as a pacemaker or a cascade is not in itself good. Or bad. Criteria for model evaluation involve benefit-cost ratios, with the numerator a function of the range of phenomena explained, goodness of fit, consistency with other nearby models, and intangibles such as beauty. The denominator is a function of complexity, the number of phenomena that must be ignored, and the effort necessary to incorporate the model into one's parlance. Neither part of the ratio can yet be evaluated for MTS, whose authors provide some cogent challenges to SET. (+info)
Spatiotemporal properties of layer V neurons of the rat primary somatosensory cortex. (8/917)Animals in their natural environments actively process spatiotemporally complex sensory signals in order to guide adaptive behavior. It therefore seems likely that the properties of both single neurons and neural ensembles should reflect the dynamic nature of such interactions. During exploratory behaviors, rats move their whiskers to actively discriminate between different tactile features. We investigated whether this dynamic sensory processing was reflected in the spatial and temporal properties of neurons in layer V of the 'whisker area' in the rat primary somatosensory cortex. We found that the majority of layer V neurons had large (8.5+/-4.9 whiskers) spatiotemporal receptive fields (i.e. individual cells responded best to different whiskers as a function of post-stimulus time), and that the excitatory responses of surround whiskers formed a spatial gradient of excitation that seemed to reflect the greater use of the ventral and caudal whiskers during natural behaviors. Analyses of ensembles of layer V neurons revealed that single-whisker stimuli activated a portion of layer V that extends well beyond a single cortical column (average of 5.6 barrel cortical columns). Based on these results, we conclude that the rat primary somatosensory cortex does not appear to operate as a static decoder of tactile information. On the contrary, our data suggest that tactile processing in rats is likely to involve the on-going interactions between populations of broadly tuned neurons in the thalamocortical pathway. (+info)
Sub-second timing or millisecond timing Interval timing or seconds-to-minutes timing Circadian timing There are many theories ... the subjective perception is often that time passes by at a faster rate with age. Let S be subjective time, R be real time, and ... governing the perception of time. Time perception is handled by a highly distributed system involving the cerebral cortex, ... A temporal illusion is a distortion in the perception of time. For example: estimating time intervals, e.g., "When did you last ...
Cannabis and time perception
... "perception of time is altered, generally with perceived time faster than clock time" in people who have ingested cannabis. ... Reports of the effects of cannabis on time perception can be found first in arts and literature, and then in medical reports ... In the laboratory, researchers have confirmed the effect of cannabis on the perception of time in both humans and animals. ... Musicians and audiences who use cannabis often report the primary subjective effects as a distortion of time perception, which ...
Women as Demons: The Male Perception of Women through Space and Time
... is a 1989 book by British author Tanith Lee, compiling ... Women as Demons: The Male Perception of Women through Space and Time contains the following tales: "The Demoness" "Deux Amours ... science fiction and fantasy short stories, all but two previously published at the time of release, and centered on female ...
Adventures in Perception
"NY Times: Adventures in Perception". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. 2012. Archived from the original on 16 October 2012 ... Adventures in Perception at IMDb v t e v t e (Articles with short description, Short description is different from Wikidata, ... Adventures in Perception is a 1971 Dutch short documentary film directed by Han Van Gelder. It was nominated for an Academy ... "The Roland Collection: Adventures in Perception at the Roland Collection of Films". Archived from the original on 29 September ...
Factors contributing to racial bias in threat perception
"Continuous dynamics in the real-time perception of race". Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 46: 179-185. doi:10.1016/j ... a more threatening perception in line with black stereotypes or a less threatening perception akin to white stereotypes. (Young ... Perceptions of racially ambiguous faces can be impacted by racial labeling and the context in which the faces are presented ( ... Perceptions of racially ambiguous faces can be impacted by direct-racial labeling and the context in which the faces are ...
"Time Perception". In A Handbook of Experimental Psychology, edited by Stanley Smith Stevens,[page needed]. New York: Wiley, ... mora-timed, or stress-timed. Speakers of syllable-timed languages such as Spanish and Cantonese put roughly equal time on each ... In the performance arts, rhythm is the timing of events on a human scale; of musical sounds and silences that occur over time, ... Curtis Roads takes a wider view by distinguishing nine-time scales, this time in order of decreasing duration. The first two, ...
Well travelled road effect
"The perception of time". Perception & Psychophysics. 26 (5): 340-354. doi:10.3758/BF03204158. Zakay, D; Block, RA (2004). " ... The well travelled road effect is a cognitive bias in which travellers will estimate the time taken to traverse routes ... Frequently travelled routes are assessed as taking a shorter time than unfamiliar routes. This effect creates errors when ... Jackson, W. Burke; Jucker, James V. (1982). "An Empirical Study of Travel Time Variability and Travel Choice Behavior". ...
He was editor in chief in the journal of Timing & Time Perception. He introduced an interesting time perception model in 1984 ... "Timing & Time Perception , Brill". www.brill.com. Archived from the original on 2013-07-30. "Untitled". "Untitled". "Warren H. ... Meck, W. H. (1996). Neuropharmacology of timing and time perception. Cognitive brain research, 3(3), 227-242. Gibbon, J., ... His main field of interest was Interval-Timing mechanisms and subjective time perception. ...
His published research included studies of syncretism among the Lakota; railroad workers' time perception; and needle exchange ... 35, Issue 1-4, 1970; page 40-75; DOI: 10.1080/00141844.1970.9981023 Another View of Time and the Railroader, by Luis S. ... at the Los Angeles Times; published July 13, 1987; retrieved April 30, 2014 About the Hotties Calendar Project, at Hotties of ...
Peter Richard Killeen
In J. Gibbon & L. Allen (Eds.), Timing and time perception. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, pp. 515-527. Killeen, P ... Killeen, P. R., & Smith, J. P. (1984). Perception of contingency in conditioning: Scalar timing, response bias, and the erasure ... bringing these together in his paper on the perception of contingency in conditioning: Scalar timing, response bias, and the ... In quantitative analysis of behavior, Killeen and Fetterman (1988) are the developers of a major behavioral theory of timing. ...
"Travelling Through Pitch Space Speeds up Musical Time". Music Perception. 26 (3): 205-209. Hudson, Edward (November 13, 1976 ... The last of these introduced for the first time in theoretical literature several important new concepts that Piston had ... "Walter Piston Dies; Composer Won Two Pulitzers". The New York Times. p. 21. Lowe, Steven (2002). "Liner notes to Walter Piston ...
Outpost for Hope
Petersburg Times. "The Perception Project website". "Project EDAN". "Doe Network Press Kit". "Lets Bring Them Home". Childers, ... It also keeps a record of the missing persons' state of mind and health at the time of disappearance. Other details contained ... To educate society about the mis-perceptions of mental illness, drug addiction, and homelessness and their ripple effects. ... Lets Bring Them Home: These two organizations have collaborated on the awareness campaign "Perception Project". "Victim ...
The timing of perception of a visual event, at points along the visual circuit, have been measured. A sudden alteration of ... According to this theory, "tau information", or time-to-goal information is the fundamental percept in perception. Many ... The Situation: the environmental factors, timing, and degree of stimulation that affect the process of perception. These ... Social perception is the part of perception that allows people to understand the individuals and groups of their social world. ...
Jesus, Carlos Suarez De (2006-01-12). "Selective Perception". Miami New Times. Retrieved 2020-10-26. "Instan a cambiar la ...
In time, perception became reality. In Game 4 of the 1934 World Series against Detroit, Dean was sent to first base as a pinch ... At the time Dean was injured he sported a 12-7 record. He finished the season 13-10. By 1938, Dean's arm was largely gone. ... Although the Tigers went on to win the game 10-4, Dean recovered in time to pitch in Game 5, which he lost. After the Cardinals ... Oregon). New York Times. p. 5C. "1934: Dizzy, Daffy and Ducky". thisgreatgame.com. Archived from the original on January 7, ...
The Velvet Underground & Nico
The quote referenced: McKenna, Kristine (October 1982). "Eno: Voyages in Time & Perception". Musician. Archived from the ... Also in 2006, the album was chosen by Time magazine as one of the 100 best albums of all time. In 2017, Pitchfork placed the ... "500 Greatest Albums of All Time Rolling Stone's definitive list of the 500 greatest albums of all time". Rolling Stone. 2012. ... Tyrangiel, Josh (November 2, 2006). "The Velvet Underground and Nico - The ALL-TIME 100 Albums". Time. Archived from the ...
The Velvet Underground
Kristine McKenna (October 1982). "Eno: Voyages in Time & Perception". Musician. Retrieved November 8, 2012. "Words and Guitar: ... The New York Times wrote that the Velvet Underground was "arguably the most influential American rock band of our time". The ... By the time the record was re-distributed into stores, it faced stiff competition in the marketplace. The album was re- ... He had packed an empty suitcase and when the time came for the band to return to New York City, he told them at the airport ...
"Sensory adaptation for timing perception". Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 282 (1805): 1. doi:10.1098/ ... The Jeffres Map was a theory of how the brain might compute interaural time differences (ITD), or differences in time of ... or that time codes are used in organization as in the maps of an owl's sense of direction via interaural time difference ... If the sound is on different timing than that of the images on the screen, lateral inhibition helps a person to discriminate ...
Based on perception in time. Narration is the telling of a story; the succession of events is given in chronological order. ... Narratives sequence people/characters in time and place but differ from recounts in that through the sequencing, the stories ... and time of the story are established. Usually answers who? When? Where? E.g. Mr. Wolf went out hunting in the forest one dark ...
Collyer CE, Broadbent HA, Church RM (1994). "Preferred rates of repetitive tapping and categorical time production". Perception ... Liu W, Forrester L, Whitall J (2006). "A note on time-frequency analysis of finger tapping". Journal of Motor Behavior. 38 (1 ... Finger tapping involves three important features: time, spatial amplitude, and frequency. Studies have reported that the ...
Retrieved 2013-01-29.[dead link] Shlapentokh, Dmitry (July 2, 2005). "Changing perceptions". Asia Times. Archived from the ... Chinese and Japanese art of those times. At the same time, Western influence in politics, culture, economics and science came ...
Retrieved 2013-01-29.[dead link] Shlapentokh, Dmitry (July 2, 2005). "Changing perceptions". Asia Times. Archived from the ...
Erich Kästner Museum
Scally, Derek (21 February 2003). "Drawers of perception". The Irish Times. Retrieved 17 July 2019. … run into huge official ...
Peter Anderson (politician)
"Perception of Corruption". Times Higher Education. 17 March 2011. Pemberton, Greg (16 March 2011). "Culture of ignoring plaints ... By this time Anderson was seen as an ambitious and divisive threat to Bob Carr (Labor leader since 1988), and the party central ... and making ad hoc appointments in the absence of any planned approach to staffing has led to justifiable perceptions that the ...
Robin Le Poidevin
"The Experience and Perception of Time". The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Metaphysics Research Lab, Stanford University ... ISBN 978-0199575268 The Experience and Perception of Time (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) "Robin Le Poidevin". University ... ISBN 978-0415093385 Travels in Four Dimensions: The Enigmas of Space and Time, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003. ISBN 978- ... Change, Cause and Contradiction: A Defence of the Tenseless Theory of Time, London: Macmillan, 1991. ISBN 978-0333542866 ...
Ligman, Kris (10 September 2010). "'Time4Cat': Of Time, Perception and Fatality". PopMatters. PopMatters Media. Retrieved 18 ... otherwise time is slowed; this is described in the game's tagline "Time Moves Only When You Move". This gives the player the ... they found that the platform did not support their native Poland at the time. This gave the team more time to improve the game ... The full game enables the player to jump and as long as the jump button or key is held, the player can slow down time to plan ...
Auditory perception can improve with time. There seems to be a level of neuroplasticity that allows patients to recover the ... Audiogram at that time showed bilateral profound hearing loss with no responses to pure-tone or speech testing. ... The ascending auditory pathways are damaged, causing a loss of perception of sound. Inner ear functions, however, remains ... Electrical stimulation of the peripheral auditory system may result in improved sound perception or cortical remapping in ...
Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
"Perceptions of time". Queensland Art Gallery & Gallery of Modern Art. Retrieved 14 February 2020. QAGOMA. "Geometries". ... Perceptions of Time (25 May 2019 - 28 June 2020) Geometries (25 May 2019 - 2 February 2020) Quilty ( 29 June - 13 October 2019 ...
William A. Nolen
"Extra-Dispensary Perceptions". Time. Mar 17, 1975. Archived from the original on January 14, 2009. Retrieved 2007-11-12. " ... Petersburg Times. Nov 2, 1974. Retrieved 2007-11-12. Randi, James (1989). The Faith Healers. Prometheus Books. p. 228. ISBN 0- ... New York: Random House ISBN 0-394-49095-9 "Dr Nolen Looks at Faith Healing". The San Mateo Times. Mar 7, 1975. Retrieved 2007- ... Retrieved 2007-11-12 - via The New York Times. Folkart, Burt A. (Dec 23, 1986). "William Nolen Dies; Wrote 'Making of a Surgeon ...
"Extra-Dispensary Perceptions". Time. March 17, 1975. Archived from the original on January 14, 2009. Retrieved 2007-11-12. "A ... It was reported in her biography that at the time of her passing in the hospital, a bright light was witnessed hovering over ... Petersburg Times. November 2, 1974. Retrieved 2007-11-12.[dead link] Randi, James (1989). The Faith Healers. Prometheus Books. ... New York: Random House ISBN 0-394-49095-9 "Dr Nolen Looks at Faith Healing". The San Mateo Times. March 7, 1975. Retrieved 2007 ...
"Perception of Pitch." Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Center, Iowa City. Dec. 2008. Plack et al. (ed.). Pitch : Neural ... This theory has a difficult time explaining diplacusis. There are some examples of pitch which do not have an "edge" on the ... Oxenham, Andrew J. (2018-01-04). "How We Hear: The Perception and Neural Coding of Sound". Annual Review of Psychology. 69 (1 ... "Pitch perception beyond the traditional existence region of pitch". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the ...
Fictional characters who can manipulate time, Fictional characters with extrasensory perception, Fictional characters with ... Death sent Tim back to his own time, but did not help Mister E, so he had to go back in time one step at a time. Mister E was ... The Brigade won the fight and Pyotr told them they could avert the tragedy he caused if they took him back in time to the 17th ... On his walk back from the end of time E encountered Pyotr Konstantin, who tagged along with him back to the present day. Mister ...
Some time between 1685 and 1687 Sorocold was involved with the water supply to Macclesfield and in 1687, he took on the job of ... "PERCEPTIONS OF GREAT ENGINEERS II John Rogers? John Reynolds? John Smeaton? Who Was Britain's First Civil Engineer?". ... but believed to be some time after 1738. Fairclough, K. R. (2004). "Sorocold, George (c. 1668-1738?)". Oxford Dictionary of ...
New York Times critic Helen Harrison wrote that the sculpture had "a mysterious and commanding presence … like huge ceremonial ... "Arnie Zimmerman/Tiago Montepegado," Ceramics Art and Perception, Issue 74, 2008, p. 46-50. Rubin, Edward. "The Wizard of Clay ... "Looking at Clay From All Angles," The New York Times, June 13, 2021. Retrieved April 27, 2022. Harrison, Helen A. "A ... Harrison, Helen A. "Inner Child," The New York Times, October 14, 2001. Retrieved April 27, 2022. Forrest, Neil. "Feat of Clay ...
By the time of Qin dynasty, the characters for Zhongli's name had changed to "鍾離". The city became a county seat during the Han ... Brindley, Erica Fox (2015). Ancient China and the Yue: Perceptions and Identities on the Southern Frontier, c.400 BCE-50 CE. ... negotiated with representatives of the state of Wu for the first time. It is possible that it was already a vassal state of Wu ... Perceptions of Antiquity in Chinese Civilization. Heidelberg: University of Würzburg. pp. 103-134. Li, Xueqin (1985). Eastern ...
Climate of San Diego
Because these winds blow from east to west, common perception is that they are pulling hot air from the desert. However, it is ... Several cities near San Diego, including Los Angeles, broke their all-time records that day. San Diego has on average 146 sunny ... Snow has been recorded falling on lowland San Diego communities only five times in over 125 years of record-keeping. Snow ... Late summer and early autumn are typically the hottest times of the year with an average high of 78 °F (26 °C) in August and 77 ...
Machine Gun (Peter Brötzmann album)
... at the time of the album's release, "many thought this it was simply a wall of noise. But as perceptions changed, the bass ... This one can't be recommended highly enough because its legend has stood the test of time, making it a true classic." In an ... a time when people waited impatiently for an artistic gesture powerful enough to change everything and prevent history from ... its content owes more to the hot jazz of Louis Armstrong than the obscure theory emanating from academia at the time. ...
The New York Times wrote that Harsanyi's opinions are among "differing perspectives worth your time". Harsanyi, David ( ... with many correspondents making sweeping generalizations about him based on perceptions of his politics." Roberts said, "Then ... As of 2022, Harsanyi has appeared nine times on C-SPAN. When Harsanyi began writing columns for the Denver Post, he was the ... The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Archived from the original on October 11, 2020. Retrieved May 3, 2021. David Harsanyi ...
Worship of Ashur during this time was carried out in the same way as it had been in ancient times, per a cultic calendar ... Ethnicity and culture are largely based in self-perception and self-designation. A distinct Assyrian identity seems to have ... This time of stagnation came to an end with the rise of Tiglath-Pileser III (r. 745-727 BC), who reduced the power of the ... From the time of Seleucid rule over the region (4th to 2nd century BC) onwards, there was a strong influence of the ancient ...
As during that time period and geographic location manual labour was often or almost exclusively assigned to the lower classes ... perception of future prospects, comparison with other groups, etc. Hence, there is likely to be a causal relationship between ... thereby skewing public perceptions and the political response (see Paulsen: 2002). In Australia a study undertaken, focusing on ...
Of all common cockroach species, the American cockroach has the largest body size; molts 6-14 times (mostly 13 times) before ... About 329 of the taste receptors are involved in bitter taste perception. These traits, along with enlarged groups of genes ... PMID: 29389065 Yin, Steph (2018-03-20). "In a Cockroach Genome, 'Little Mighty' Secrets". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. ...
Ruth Ann Harnisch
She started her writing career with the Buffalo Courier-Express, and after her time as a DJ with WYSL she worked briefly with ... "women who are upending the perception that 40 is past your prime" 2017 - Good Housekeeping - Ten Power Players Blazing New ... The Harnisch Foundation "refocused its mission on helping women and girls" in late 2014, with Harnisch splitting her time ...
Increasing the target's perception. Increasing the target's physical defense. Healing the target over time for a period of time ... Both buffs and debuffs are generally of a temporary nature, wearing off after a certain period of time. Many modern real-time ... Some spells or powers may debuff an enemy while buffing an ally at the same time. Buff is the term generically used to describe ... Removing the target's health over time while the status effect is active. Making the character act on his/her own. Skipping the ...
Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 2021-05-14. Maqbool, Majid (2019-10-22). "Internet shut down 180 times in J&K ... Throughout the world, these discourses of colonialism dominated peoples' perceptions and cultures. Post-colonial critics ... The concept has been included in an official document for the first time by ARCEP, the French Telecoms Regulator, in a section ... Graham, Mark (2011). "Time machines and virtual portals". Progress in Development Studies. 11 (3): 211-227. doi:10.1177/ ...
Karet Bivak Cemetery
The mass-produced new gravestones at times misspelled the names of the interred. Benyamin Sueb, actor and singer Bing Slamet, ... perception of cemeteries. Although the government stated that families were notified, some families of those interred were not ...
National Book Foundation
"Book Notes: 'The Joy Luck Club' is to be in paperback ... The National Book Awards' new foundation". The New York Times, July 5 ... with the hope that these texts will help shift public perception and understand of mass incarceration through the power of ... The 2018-19 selected author is James Baldwin, a four-time National Book Award Finalist. Why Reading Matters is designed to ... Innovations in Reading Prize National Book Award "Lisa Lucas Wants to Make Reading Fun Again". The New York Times. September 7 ...
During her time there, she actively encouraged young women to follow her into the design professions, as noted in a 1947 ... Toward a New Perception and Reception. Založba ZRC. pp. 456-460. ISBN 978-961-05-0106-0. Lefaivre, Liane (2007). Ground-up City ... Mulder's first big assignment was the design of Amsterdamse Bos, a 200-acre space in the city that was three times the size of ...
PLATO (computer system)
At the same time, Norris was troubled by the unrest of the late 1960s, and felt that much of it was due to social inequalities ... In 1972, Robert W. Placek conducted a study that used computer-assisted instruction for rhythm perception. Placek used the ... At times the only way a person could communicate with the outside world was through PLATO term-talk. For many of the Madadeni ... This at a time when 10-character-per-second teleprinters were the norm. In 1960, the first system, PLATO I, operated on the ...
Khosrow Soltan Armani
He held numerous posts at various times. First, he served as the prefect of the Bakhtiari tribe for a lengthy period (darughah- ... Matthee, Rudi (2012). "Facing a Rude and Barbarous Neighbor: Iranian Perceptions of Russia and the Russians from the Safavids ...
Dragonriders of Pern (video game)
... as the date continues to increase in real time. At any time, the player can decide to start negotiations of his own, which may ... The outcome of these battles has a major influence on the Weyr's perception among the Holds, so sending dragons to allies, or ...
2017-2018 Bergen County eruv controversy
... but the borough agreed to let them remain for the time being after two New York State residents filed suit in the United States ... "overarching perception of anti-Semitism and discrimination". According to Murphy, "When a Holocaust survivor at a public ...
Century of humiliation
ISBN 978-0-7456-6309-8. "China Seizes on a Dark Chapter for Tibet", by Edward Wong, The New York Times, August 9, 2010 (August ... Chinese Perceptions of the International Order". Pacific Focus. 25 (1): 1-33. doi:10.1111/j.1976-5118.2010.01039.x. Gries (2004 ...
... which we all inhabit but that often elude human perception. To do that, Paul Kneale often creates what he defines as a 'time ... This way, not only several moments in time co-exist and are captured on the same surface, but also two distinct ways of ' ... "HTSI , Financial Times". ARTUNER , Curated Contemporary Art. "Paul Kneale donates a work to Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Gala ... In spring 2018, Kneale had his first solo show Compression in Brussels, which was featured in the Financial Times How to Spend ...
Nonviolent video game
The Times. 29 May 2003. Gamespot Game of the Year 2012. 25 December 2012. IGN Game of the Year 2012. Game of the Year, 16th ... The Buddhist concept of dharma has been emphasized in a number of Buddhist games as a reaction to perceptions of the adharmic ... At times, individual games considered too violent have been censored or banned in such countries as Australia, Greece, etc. In ... At the same time, Judge James Moore had taken the motion to revoke Thompson's license under advisement. Jack Thompson appeared ...
The Muslims Are Coming!
Annlee Ellingson of the Los Angeles Times commented that the directors' "try to keep it light, even a little cheesy, in the ... Farsad and Obeidallah explain what motivated them to attempt to change the negative perception of Muslims in America: for ... The film wanders at times into trivial territory [...] And it delves into all-too-familiar terrain[...] But it nonetheless ... Bale, Miriam (19 September 2013). "Will Islamic Stand-Up Play in Peoria?". The New York Times. Retrieved 17 March 2014. Essner ...
Of this time, Atkins has said: When I started Metroplex around February or March of '85 and released "No UFO's," I thought I ... but a younger generation of club goers had a perception of the older EBM and Industrial as handed down and outdated. The Berlin ... At the time, everything was house, house house. We thought of Motor City House Music, that kind of thing, but Derrick, Kevin, ... Our careers took off right around the time we [the MI] had to close, and maybe it was the best thing. I think we were peaking ...
The representation is an aggregation of popular perceptions of Native Americans in stereotypical pursuits, collaring bison, ... from the time that the red-man leaves his tent accoutred for hunting the buffalo, to the moment of his triumphal return bearing ...
Helen D'Arcy Stewart
Stewart, who was at that time his private tutor. The philosopher was sufficiently engaged by the poem to make an acquaintance ... of her quick perception of humour, of her playful wit." It was out of her poetry that her marriage to Dugald Stewart is said to ...
The Guardian called the release "a shambles", while The New York Times said it was among the most conspicuous disasters in the ... Billcliffe, James (7 December 2020). "Cyberpunk 2077 Review: Complicated, Deep, Perception, Reality". VG247. Archived from the ... It had the biggest digital game launch of all time, selling 10.2 million digital units and grossing $609 million in digital ... Despite the studio's disavowal of mandatory overtime in May and June 2019, "crunch time" was implemented in the final weeks. In ...
The process of studying for the examination tended to be time-consuming and costly, requiring time to spare and tutors. Most of ... Western perception of China in the 18th century admired the Chinese bureaucratic system as favourable over European governments ... By the time of the Song dynasty, the two highest military posts of Minister of War and Chief of Staff were both reserved for ... At the time, China had about one civil licentiate per 1000 people. Due to the stringent requirements, out of the two or three ...
Perceptions of Neighborhood Characteristics and Leisure-Time Physical Inactivity --- Austin/Travis County, Texas, 2004
Perceptions of Neighborhood Characteristics and Leisure-Time Physical Inactivity --- Austin/Travis County, Texas, 2004. ... identified between respondent perceptions of the safety and pleasantness of their neighborhoods and their leisure-time physical ... their neighborhoods as not at all safe were nearly three times as likely to have no leisure-time physical activity. Public ... Leisure-time physical inactivity was defined as a response of no to the BRFSS core exercise question: During the past month ...
DURR shivering bracelet by skrekkøgle alters perception of time
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This research found a postive correlation between neighborhood perception and physical activity/sedentary time, but no ... Cross-Sectional Associations of Neighborhood Perception, Physical Activity, and Sedentary Time in Community-Dwelling, ... Cross-Sectional Associations of Neighborhood Perception, Physical Activity, and Sedentary Time in Community-Dwelling, ... They than ran a multivariate linear regression model to evaluate the influence of NPS on PA, LTPA, non-sedentary time, and ST. ...
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- This article researches the relationship between perceived neighborhood environment, physical activity/sedentary time as well as race, sex and SES. (nih.gov)
- To understand sedentary time (ST), they used data measured from an ActiGraph GT3X+ accelerometer. (nih.gov)
- They than ran a multivariate linear regression model to evaluate the influence of NPS on PA, LTPA, non-sedentary time, and ST. This research found a postive correlation between neighborhood perception and physical activity/sedentary time, but no significant interactions with race, sex and SES. (nih.gov)
- Little is known about the role of perceived neighborhood environment as a determinant of physical activity (PA) and sedentary time (ST) in understanding obesity-related health behaviors. (nih.gov)
- We examined the association between self-reported neighborhood perception (Likert-scale questions), PA using the Baecke questionnaire, and both non-sedentary time and ST using accelerometry from wave 4 of the Healthy Aging in Neighborhoods of Diversity across the Life Span (HANDLS) study ( n = 2,167). (nih.gov)
- Background: Little is known about the role of perceived neighborhood environment as a determinant of physical activity (PA) and sedentary time (ST) in understanding obesity-related health behaviors. (nih.gov)
- University of Texas, United States used to determine the relationship between NPS, PA, non-sedentary time, and ST. (nih.gov)
- Time-dependent changes in positively biased self-perceptions of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a developmental psychopathology perspective. (duke.edu)
- During 2004, to assess the association between these factors and leisure-time physical inactivity in eastern Travis County, Texas, the local health department collected and analyzed data by using the methodology of the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS). (cdc.gov)
- Decreases in positive biases regarding social and behavioral competence were associated with increases in depressive symptoms over time, whereas increases in levels of positively biased self-perceptions in the behavioral (but not social) domain were predictive of greater aggression over time. (duke.edu)
- [ 4 ] Altered perception can lead to behavioral toxicity, in which judgment is impaired and prevents an appreciation of the dangers in the environment, resulting in situations in which injury can occur. (medscape.com)
- Our subjective perception of time is optimized to temporal regularities in the environment. (jneurosci.org)
- Alternatively, the perception of the duration could already be flexibly tuned to its temporal context. (jneurosci.org)
- EEG analyses showed that temporal context indeed affected neural dynamics during the perception phase. (jneurosci.org)
- Together, these results suggest that temporal context creates dynamic expectations which actively affect the perception of duration. (jneurosci.org)
- However, it is yet unknown whether this temporal context actively affects perception or only asserts its influence in later, postperceptual stages as proposed by most current formal models of this task. (jneurosci.org)
- One explanation for 2020's collective eschewing of our temporal perception is known as " the oddball effect " or " the holiday paradox ," two theories which credit the recording of novel experiences as recallable memories for inflating perceived durations of time. (medium.com)
- It is postulated that decoding time is governed by a cascade of neuronal oscillators, which guide template-matching operations at a hierarchy of temporal scales. (jhu.edu)
- In our project, for the first time, the task is to create a holistic picture of the history of temporal representations of the peoples of the Ancient Orient (Mesopotamia, Egypt, Asia Minor, Israel and Judea, India, Iran) in the cultural and historical context of the Bronze and Iron Ages (3rd millennium BC. (blogspot.com)
- Here, I will investigate new temporal experiences through visual images as well as mediated time perception. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Since the beginning of the twentieth century psychology has been interested in the experimental investigation of the temporal regulation of behavior but this area of research, known as timing, was consolidated only in the decade of 1960. (bvsalud.org)
- This procedure has allowed the formalization of some key properties of the temporal discrimination of stimuli and has enabled the test of distinct theoretical models of timing. (bvsalud.org)
- In the present work we make a brief review of the temporal bisection, justify its centrality in the study of timing, describe the variations in the basic procedure, present the main results obtained with it and identify some recent applications to human participants. (bvsalud.org)
- Students will learn how alcohol interferes with adolescent brain development, as well as sensory perception, movement and balance. (nih.gov)
- Such findings are in line with, but also partly contradictory to, currently held theories regarding psychological time. (rncm.ac.uk)
- Psychological studies propose that time does move slowly for those who feel depressed, lonely or suicidal. (trueheartwork.com)
- In this study, we examined how time perception , a psychological factor , impacts the physiological response to prolonged, voluntary breath holding . (bvsalud.org)
- Based on prior work showing that psychological factors , such as attention and motivation , can influence the length of the struggle phase, we hypothesized that manipulating the perception of time would affect overall breath-holding duration by changing the duration of the struggle phase, but not the easy-going phase. (bvsalud.org)
- Our main objectives were tracking major psychobehavioral responses (including risk perception, psychological distress, and adoption of precautionary measures) over time and examining the determinants of the intention to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. (cdc.gov)
- Furthermore, the physiological and psychological effects of higher frequency sound and noise comprise an enormous volume of literature and have not been reviewed at this time. (nih.gov)
- Practical approaches to time perception and its evaluation have shown that individuals with ADHD have difficulties in time estimation and discrimination activities as well as having the feeling that time is passing by without them being able to complete tasks accurately and well. (caddra.ca)
- The research group used a simple paradigm adapted from an Oxford group that looked at time perception in three parts: time estimation, time production and time pacing. (thelimbic.com)
- In the time estimation task, 25 patients with probable DLB and 14 controls were given a random interval of time of either 10, 30 or 60 or 90 seconds and at the end of that interval were asked to indicate how long they thought that time was. (thelimbic.com)
- Importantly, the team found a strong correlation between how poorly DLB participants performed on the time estimation paradigm (or time passing) and the severity of fluctuations, according to questionnaires completed by patients and their caregivers. (thelimbic.com)
- By exploring different cut-offs for the task, the researchers were also able to show that a measure of time-estimation could be used to diagnose fluctuations in the clinic. (thelimbic.com)
- In the last set of experiments, the researchers combined the results with functional MRI (fMRI) to show that errors in time estimation in DLB subjects reflected a reduction in the ability of the brain to support dynamic 'cross-talk' between different regions. (thelimbic.com)
- the interactive experiment investigates how users perceive time through a display-less watch, offering a subjective understanding of how fast time passes. (designboom.com)
- However,Â Einstein's notion of time is relative andÂ subjective, and isÂ influencedÂ by an observer's frame of reference. (interactivearchitecture.org)
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- For eons, our ancestors have marked the passage of time, noted the cycles of the Venus and the Moon. (trueheartwork.com)
- 2020 has been nothing if not a ridiculous number of successive novel experiences and memories for us all - even if one was sitting in their home for most of the time, reading or watching events unfold around the world. (medium.com)
- This study compared perception of and adherence to COVID -19 measures of the Belgian population at two time periods: September 2020 (survey 1) and April/May 2021 (survey 2). (sciensano.be)
- 2017. Musical Time Perception International Symposium, Graz, Austria. (unl.pt)
- Perception-wise, the percentage of commuters who felt that public transport had improved in the past year fell, with 68.5 per cent voting yes, compared with 71.3 per cent in 2021. (straitstimes.com)
- For some, time transfigures our memories, allowing us to slip into soft pockets of recollection where we can rest amidst the turbulence of the waves of the world. (trueheartwork.com)
- We often evaluate deficits of time management when looking at ADHD including being late, feeling restless while waiting (it feels like forever), misjudging the time needed to do a task and so on. (caddra.ca)
- Some of these deficits may be better explained as a deficit in time perception and time awareness rather than in time management. (caddra.ca)
- Here we show that the illusion occurs because the brain extends the percept of the saccadic target backwards in time to just before the onset of the saccade. (nature.com)
- In addition, multivariate pattern analysis showed that it is possible to decode context from the transient EEG signal quickly after both onset and offset of the perception phase. (jneurosci.org)
- We monitored total breath-holding duration under different time manipulation conditions as well as the onset of involuntary breathing movements . (bvsalud.org)
- However, if the target is moved unpredictably during the saccade, breaking perception of the target's spatial continuity, then the illusion disappears. (nature.com)
- Albert Einstein argues that the separation between past, present, and future is an illusion, and that time is not absolute but relative. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- "Time is an illusion," he said. (trueheartwork.com)
- whether the length of a taxi ride, how long it takes to finish a beer, or time during leisure activities, the limited edition wearable device alters one's ability to accurately estimate durations depending on a range of factors and the context of a specific situation. (designboom.com)
- In humans, evidence is now emerging that EEG signatures in timing tasks are modulated by recently perceived durations. (jneurosci.org)
- Thus, I will first examine the notion of time experience based on the distinction between past, present, and future, by researching prominent theories from the 20th to 21st Century in physics, psychology, and philosophy, on the existence of time in an ontological sense. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- The aim of his current study was to explore the utility of interval timing as a paradigm for understanding the psychology, and potentially, the neural mechanisms underlying cognitive fluctuations in DLB. (thelimbic.com)
- Manipulating the perception of time affects voluntary breath-holding duration. (bvsalud.org)
- The survey questionnaire measured the perceived infection risk and severity, and the perception of and adherence to protective measures. (sciensano.be)
- Mack, A. An investigation of the relationship between eye and retinal image movement in the perception of movement. (nature.com)
- Relationship between age and hazard perception in automobile drivers. (nih.gov)
- The relationship between ADHD and the perception of time requires greater attention. (caddra.ca)
- Particularly, in regards to the notion of time dilation, Einstein emphasizes the relationship between the speed of light and the velocity of an observer's movement, which causes the time experiences of different observers to vary. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Thus, our results demonstrate that context actively influences perception. (jneurosci.org)
- Author and broadcaster Claudia Hammond suggests in her new book, Time Warped: Unlocking the Mysteries of Time Perception, that we actively create and shape time in our minds. (trueheartwork.com)
- When we are actively engaged in our work or our social interactions, we may feel as though time slips past like quicksilver. (trueheartwork.com)
- The association between leisure-time physical inactivity and perceived neighborhood characteristics was measured by using adjusted odds ratios (AOR) and 95% confidence intervals (CIs). (cdc.gov)
- This is demonstrated by abundant evidence showing that the production of duration estimates is biased toward previously experienced time intervals. (jneurosci.org)
- The data show that intelligibility of speech that is time-compressed by a factor of 3 (i.e., a high syllabic rate) is poor (above 50% word error rate), but is substantially restored when silence gaps are inserted in between successive 40- ms long compressed-signal intervals - a counterintuitive finding, difficult to explain using classical models of speech perception, but emerging naturally from the Tempo architecture. (jhu.edu)
- In the second set of experiments, participants were asked to estimate intervals of time, again measured in seconds, and say 'Stop' when they thought the time period had passed. (thelimbic.com)
- This review summarizes recent research on the perception of time in ADHD and proposes that this symptom is a possible diagnostic characteristic. (caddra.ca)
- Controlled studies on time perception have compared individuals with ADHD with typically developing controls (TDCs) and have used methods that include the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory (ZTPI). (caddra.ca)
- Although ADHD has been associated with neurologic abnormalities in the mesolimbic and dopaminergic systems, recent studies have found that when individuals with ADHD are treated medically, their perception of time tends to normalize. (caddra.ca)
- Further studies on time perception in ADHD with other abnormalities, including executive function, might be approaches that refine the classification and diagnosis of ADHD and should include studies on its varied presentation in different age groups. (caddra.ca)
- Across the 6-year time span, comparison children exhibited less bias than children with ADHD, although a normative bolstering of social self-views during early adolescence was observed. (duke.edu)
- But the research team found no difference between the groups in measures of time pacing, a finding that Dr Matar said was important because it meant that the problem was not simply due to difficulty in internal counting out time and could pinpoint other mechanisms of time perception that may be disrupted such as the accumulation of information of time passing. (thelimbic.com)
- These findings demonstrate the utility of time perception as a promising new paradigm which can be used in the future with other tools such as pupillometry and task-based fMRI to investigate the mechanisms of fluctuations and which will hopefully lead to better objective markers and treatments for this important symptom," Dr Mater concluded. (thelimbic.com)
- These results suggest that the neurocortical mechanisms associated with categorical perception for voicing information may be similar across human and nonhuman primates. (nih.gov)
- One approach , to go beyond raw citation counts and control for factors such as citation behaviors and time, is to empirically bin papers according to topic, year of publication, and article type (e.g. research article, review article). (nih.gov)
- From 1985 to early 2003 he was with the Acoustics and Speech Research Department, Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey, where his research was aimed at developing models of hearing and at creating perception based signal analysis methods for speech recognition, coding and evaluation. (jhu.edu)
- Since mid 2006 he is with the Hearing Research Center and with the Center for Biodynamics at Boston University, where he studies the role of brain rhythms in speech perception. (jhu.edu)
- The perception of time is altered in people with lewy body dementia and may have diagnostic utility, new research shows. (thelimbic.com)
- However, due to the small sample size and limitations of the tractor driving simulator, its use for event perception response time research is questionable. (cdc.gov)
- This indicates NIH-supported research is highly regarded in the scientific community, based on the number of times that community acknowledge the research in their publications. (nih.gov)
- But this numerical value of time cannot fully describe the existence of time that we experience. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- built using arduino, ATTiny85 and a PCB board, the bracelet aims to make us more aware of the actions we take and the amount of time we spend on certain tasks. (designboom.com)
- The methods used included determing thier neighborhood perception score (NPS) through a questionnaire completed by HANDLS participants. (nih.gov)
- Simply put - the more new, unique experiences you have in a given period of time, the more easily recallable memories you've recorded, the longer that duration of time "seems" in retrospect. (medium.com)
- In considering what might be involved in the perception of time in music we wanted to assess what effect small changes to a stimulus would have on perceived duration. (stir.ac.uk)
- We found that time perception can be successfully manipulated using a distorted timekeeper, and total breath-holding duration correlated with perceived time , not actual time . (bvsalud.org)
- The way humans experience time is not only driven by the current stimulus, but is also influenced by previous experiences. (jneurosci.org)
- We suggest that current models of speech perception, which are driven by acoustic features alone, are incomplete, and that the role of decoding time during memory access must be incorporated to account for the patterns of observed recognition phenomena. (jhu.edu)
- After adjustment for sex, race/ethnicity, age, and education, associations were identified between respondent perceptions of the safety and pleasantness of their neighborhoods and their leisure-time physical inactivity. (cdc.gov)
- Many of the infrasound studies identified in the literature search are not available in English or are otherwise difficult to acquire, and thus not all articles have been obtained at this time. (nih.gov)
- Answers were compared between the time periods and risk factors for lower adherence were identified using multivariate linear regression. (sciensano.be)
- Environmental factors include the level of built-in resources available to a community, but they also encompass psychosocial factors such as perceptions of neighborhood environment. (nih.gov)
- However, the velocity of individual observers differentiates the relative phenomena of time experience, despite the speed of light appearing for all observers to travel at the same speed. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Estimated total time commitment for this subject is 170 hours. (edu.au)
- Neighborhood environment (e.g., sidewalks and street lighting) ( 5,6 ), perceived trustworthiness of neighbors ( 5 ), and perceptions of neighborhood safety ( 6, 7 ) all have been associated with levels of physical activity. (cdc.gov)
- Finally, my design project, Atemporal Memory will be discussed reflecting on the notion of spatialization of time, and will consider the aspect of time as a medium in interactive design andÂ inÂ anÂ immersive virtual environment. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Claudel SE, Shiroma EJ, Harris TB, Conclusion: Poor overal neighborhood perception, perceived social environment, Mode NA, Ahuja C, Zonderman AB, and perceived neighborhood physical environment are associated with PA and ST in a Evans MK and Powel -Wiley TM multi-racial, socioeconomically diverse cohort of urban adults. (nih.gov)
- Sure, there are some tough parts-I will confess that the notion of "imaginary time" slowed me down in Chapter 8. (slate.com)
- The notion of time in everyday use is a social construct of time, which is measured by numerical values. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Thus, the second chapter - Time, Memory and Consciousness in MediaÂ Experience, explores the new notion of time and perception generated by our interaction with digital technology. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Surely, time and memory recall are far more subtle than this. (trueheartwork.com)
- The English Oxford dictionary defines time as 'The indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future regarded as a whole. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Not in measured years, but in autobiographical memories and perceived time. (medium.com)
- The ancient world is conceived here as it is at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University, my academic home at the time AWOL was launched. (blogspot.com)
- 1 , 2 ] In one small study, women given promethazine with meperidine and secobarbital during labor, had the time to lactogenesis II prolonged by 14 hours. (nih.gov)
- Murphy AP, Leopold DA , Humphreys GW, and Welchman AE (2016) Lesions to right posterior parietal cortex impair visual depth perception from disparity but not motion cues. (nih.gov)
- Dennett, D. & Kinsbourne, M. Time and the observer. (nature.com)
- This means that when events happen at the same time for one observer, they could be observed at different times by another. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Following from his statements, regardless of an observer's movement speed, the assumption of the speed of light is about 30 kilometers per second, which synchronizes the same speed of the space-time symmetry for every observer. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- Communications executive Bessie Tan, 61, said long waiting times for buses during the morning peak period were a particular bugbear. (straitstimes.com)
- In the first experiment, they found that DLB patients tended to underestimate time compared to healthy controls - for instance, a 90 second period may be perceived as only 45 seconds. (thelimbic.com)
- In the second experiment, when the subjects were asked themselves to produce a specific period of time, the DLB subjects would tend to stop the experimenter early and 'under-produce' the requested interval of time. (thelimbic.com)
- In survey 2, at which time the measures were more stringent, respondents assessed the risk of infection for themselves as lower, and for parents and grandparents as higher than in survey 1. (sciensano.be)
- In future blogs, we will consider an alternate approach to measuring citation impact by field and timing of publication. (nih.gov)
- However, despite the health benefits of physical activity, 23.1% of adults in the United States report they do not engage in any leisure-time physical activity ( 4 ). (cdc.gov)
- This report describes the results of that analysis, which indicated that persons who perceived their neighborhoods as less than extremely safe were more than twice as likely to have no leisure-time physical activity, and those who perceived their neighborhoods as not at all safe were nearly three times as likely to have no leisure-time physical activity. (cdc.gov)
- It's also the time black women were seen as human beings and not objects of feral desire for the pleasure of men (black, white, purple, whatever). (sfltimes.com)
- The experience of time is one of the most fundamental human experiences and is deeply related to human consciousness. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- This interactive exhibit will teach students about the four lobes of the human brain, including how each lobe contributes to perception, thinking, personality and behavior. (nih.gov)
- Participants (n = 26) held their breath while watching a distorted timer that made it appear as though time was moving up to 40% faster or slower than real time . (bvsalud.org)
- Most models of interval timing ascribe this effect to the weighting of the current interval with previous memory traces after the interval has been perceived. (jneurosci.org)
- Computational models of interval timing often (implicitly) assume that, only after perception is completed, the noisy interval percept is weighted with previous memory traces representing the prior (e.g. (jneurosci.org)
- Currie, C. B., McConkie, G. W., Carlson-Radvansky, L. A. & Irwin, D. E. The role of the saccade target object in the perception of a visually stable world. (nature.com)
- The change to an electrically instantaneous world has impacted our consciousness and influenced our central experience of time and space. (interactivearchitecture.org)
- The poll, which counts any score above six as "satisfied", found that satisfaction with waiting time improved the most, with a 4.1 percentage point gain, followed by customer service, with a 3.5 percentage point gain. (straitstimes.com)
- The researchers found that time perception was fundamentally altered in patients with DLB. (thelimbic.com)
- We demonstrated that older FEOs have longer perception response times when encountering an incurring semi-truck during a simulated drive than younger FEOs. (cdc.gov)
- Time appears to be elastic, when perceived through the hall of mirrors that is our mind. (trueheartwork.com)
- Some psychologists suggest time is a matter of perception. (trueheartwork.com)
- Questions included perceptions of neighborhood safety, presence of sidewalks, adequacy of streetlights, and perceived characteristics of neighbors. (cdc.gov)