Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Special issue of brain-based mental timing: Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences

All I can say is WOW!!! I stumbled across this treasure chest of diverse state-of-the art research that clearly demonstrates the rich multi-disciplinary focus of research on the human brain clock or temporal processing. Over 40 articles by many of the top notch scholars in this historically old and ever increasing area of active research.

I would be fooling myself if I said I will find time to read all of these articles..let alone just a handful. Instead, I have provided a table of contents so readers can review the various topics covered. I have stashed it away on my hard drive for ready reference when needed.

Also, given my love for good visual-graphic representation of models and processes, I have selected a handful of some of the more understandable figures from across the me, there are MANY figures scattered across this issue and many are very complex and detailed. I have only selected those that might inform readers of some ideas via relatively "simple" figures (they belong in my "Gv hall of fame gallery").

So much to read, so little "time"

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