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The figure on the left is a simple visual representation (from Buhusi and Mecck, 2005 article in Nature Reviews: Neuroscience) of the most prominent model of mental time keeping..namely....the pacemaker-accumulator model of timing based on scalar expectancy/timing theory (boy...is that a mouthful). Shortly, in a series of forthcomming posts, I will explain the basics of the pacemaker-accumulator model for an underlying internal (brain-based) mental/interval time clock. This will then be followed by posts devoted to some recent alternative models.
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