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We investigated whether attending to a particular point in time affects temporal resolution in a task in which participants judged which of two visual stimuli had been presented first. The results showed that temporal resolution can be improved by attending to the relevant moment as indicated by the temporal cue. This novel finding is discussed in terms of the differential effects of spatial and temporal attention on temporal resolution.

Original publication

DOI

10.1016/j.brainres.2005.11.094

Type

Journal article

Journal

Brain Res

Publication Date

27/01/2006

Volume

1070

Pages

202 - 205

Keywords

Attention, Cues, Humans, Judgment, Psychophysics, Time Factors, Time Perception, Visual Perception