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A sensory integration account for time perception
PLoS Computational Biology
The connection between stimulus perception and time perception remains unknown. The present study combines human and rat psychophysics with sensory cortical neuronal firing to construct a computational model for the percept of elapsed time embedded within sense of touch. When subjects judged the duration of a vibration applied to the fingertip (human) or whiskers (rat), increasing stimulus intensity led to increasing perceived duration. Symmetrically, increasing vibration duration led todoi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008668 pmid:33513135 fatcat:46pdhyxainaubkqj5znwynv5fa