Subject: duration | vision | Neuroscience | cingulate cortex | Original Research | temporal illusion | insular cortex | time perception | fMRI
An object moving towards an observer is subjectively perceived as longer in duration than the same object that is static or moving away. This ”time dilation effect” has been shown for a number of stimuli that differ from standard events along different feature dimension... View more
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