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Many contemporary models of time perception are based on the notion that our brain houses an internal "clock", specialized for tracking duration. Here we show that specialized mechanisms are unnecessary, and that human-like duration judgements can be reconstructed from neural responses during sensory processing. Healthy human participants watched naturalistic, silent videos and rated their duration while fMRI was acquired. We constructed a computational model that predicts video durations fromdoi:10.1101/2020.01.09.900423 fatcat:df2c7wbnsjbohade37w6iemmv4