I may be nuts. Here I am starting a new sister blog to IQs Corner devoted to the narrow topic of the psychology of time, particularly brain-based research and theory regarding internal mental/interval time keeping and the idea of a master internal master brain-based clock.
Why? Because, as I've mentioned on IQs Corner on-and-off the past few years, I've become very interested with the growing research that suggests that the brain may have a master internal clock that governs interval timing and, more importantly, this internal master clock may be one of the major "essences" of complex human cognition (e.g., g or general intelligence).
So, at the urging of a few folks, I've set out to attempt to maintain a blog where contemporary research and theory in this field is provided to interested readers. I have no shortage of material that I've accumulated over the past three years....the big problem will be to carve out the necessary "time" to feed this new blog....Tick, Tock, Talk: The IQ Brain Clock.
Be patient as I get the mechanics of the blog (hit counter; technorati pings etc.) up-and-running and attempt to provide some degree of consistent material.
Let the games begin! Start your clocks.
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