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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29599740/the-role-of-emotion-regulation-in-reducing-emotional-distortions-of-duration-perception
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Yu Tian, Peiduo Liu, Xiting Huang
Emotional events, especially negative ones, are consistently reported to last longer than neutral events. Previous studies suggested that this distortion of duration perception is linked to arousal and attention bias in response to emotional events. Reappraisal and suppression, arguably the most effective strategies for emotion regulation, have been demonstrated to decrease such arousal and attention bias. The present study investigated whether reappraisal and suppression can reduce emotional distortions of duration perception...
2018: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29578025/the-role-of-the-right-superior-temporal-gyrus-in-stimulus-centered-spatial-processing
#2
Priyanka P Shah-Basak, Peii Chen, Kevin Caulfield, Jared Medina, Roy H Hamilton
Although emerging neuropsychological evidence supports the involvement of temporal areas, and in particular the right superior temporal gyrus (STG), in allocentric neglect deficits, the role of STG in healthy spatial processing remains elusive. While several functional brain imaging studies have demonstrated involvement of the STG in tasks involving explicit stimulus-centered judgments, prior rTMS studies targeting the right STG did not find the expected neglect-like rightward bias in size judgments using the conventional landmark task...
March 22, 2018: Neuropsychologia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29551731/insular-cortex-inactivation-generalizes-fear-induced-underestimation-of-interval-timing-in-a-temporal-bisection-task
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Taisuke Kamada, Toshimichi Hata
In this study, we investigated: (1) the effect of fear on interval timing-time perception in the seconds-to-minutes range-and (2) the role of the insular cortex in the modulation of this effect. Rats were first trained on a temporal bisection task in which their response to a lever A was reinforced following a 2.00-s tone, whereas their response to a lever B was reinforced following an 8.00-s tone. After acquisition, the rats were also presented with intermediate-duration tones and pressed one of two levers to indicate whether tone duration was closer to 2...
March 15, 2018: Behavioural Brain Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29519463/unilateral-spatial-neglect-after-posterior-parietal-damage
#4
Giuseppe Vallar, Elena Calzolari
Unilateral spatial neglect is a disabling neurologic deficit, most frequent and severe after right-hemispheric lesions. In most patients neglect involves the left side of space, contralateral to a right-hemispheric lesion. About 50% of stroke patients exhibit neglect in the acute phase. Patients fail to orient, respond to, and report sensory events occurring in the contralateral sides of space and of the body, to explore these portions of space through movements by action effectors (eye, limbs), and to move the contralateral limbs...
2018: Handbook of Clinical Neurology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29504799/bending-time-the-role-of-affective-appraisal-in-time-perception
#5
Andero Uusberg, Richard Naar, Maria Tamm, Kairi Kreegipuu, James J Gross
Affective states are known to distort time perception, but it remains unclear why and how they do so. To test whether appraisal processes involved in affect may play a role in temporal distortions, we investigated bisection behavior during experimental events with varying appraisal values along three dimensions: goal relevance (high vs. low), goal type (approach vs. avoid), and goal congruence (conducive vs. obstructive). Forty female participants performed an incentive-compatible gambling task attempting to accumulate wins and avoid losses of small amounts of chocolate...
March 5, 2018: Emotion
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29467632/dissociating-explicit-and-implicit-timing-in-parkinson-s-disease-patients-evidence-from-bisection-and-foreperiod-tasks
#6
Giovanna Mioni, Mariagrazia Capizzi, Antonino Vallesi, Ángel Correa, Raffaella Di Giacopo, Franca Stablum
A consistent body of literature reported that Parkinson's disease (PD) is marked by severe deficits in temporal processing. However, the exact nature of timing problems in PD patients is still elusive. In particular, what remains unclear is whether the temporal dysfunction observed in PD patients regards explicit and/or implicit timing. Explicit timing tasks require participants to attend to the duration of the stimulus, whereas in implicit timing tasks no explicit instruction to process time is received but time still affects performance...
2018: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29432991/short-term-effects-on-temporal-judgement-sequential-drivers-of-interval-bisection-and-reproduction
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Jordan J Wehrman, John H Wearden, Paul Sowman
Our prior experiences provide the background with which we judge subsequent events. In the time perception literature one common finding is that providing participants with a higher percentage of a particular interval can skew judgment; intervals will appear longer if the distribution of intervals contains more short experiences. However, changing the distribution of intervals that participants witness also changes the short-term, interval-to-interval, sequence that participants experience. In the experiment presented here, we kept the overall distribution of intervals constant while manipulating the immediately-prior experience of participants...
February 9, 2018: Acta Psychologica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29401520/individual-differences-in-first-and-second-order-temporal-judgment
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Andrew W Corcoran, Christopher Groot, Aurelio Bruno, Alan Johnston, Simon J Cropper
The ability of subjects to identify and reproduce brief temporal intervals is influenced by many factors whether they be stimulus-based, task-based or subject-based. The current study examines the role individual differences play in subsecond and suprasecond timing judgments, using the schizoptypy personality scale as a test-case approach for quantifying a broad range of individual differences. In two experiments, 129 (Experiment 1) and 141 (Experiment 2) subjects completed the O-LIFE personality questionnaire prior to performing a modified temporal-bisection task...
2018: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29355468/executive-processes-and-timing-comparing-timing-with-and-without-reference-memory
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Ruth S Ogden, Rhiannon MacKenzie-Phelan, Catharine Mongtomery, John E Fisk, John H Wearden
Temporal perception is influenced by executive function. However, performance on different temporal tasks is often associated with different executive functions. This study examined whether using reference memory during a task influenced how performance was associated with executive resources. Participants completed temporal generalisation and bisection tasks, in their normal versions involving reference memory and in episodic versions without reference memory. Each timing task had two difficulty levels: easy and hard...
January 1, 2018: Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: QJEP
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29146989/pain-dilates-time-perception
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Amandine E Rey, George A Michael, Corina Dondas, Marvin Thar, Luis Garcia-Larrea, Stéphanie Mazza
We have all experienced that time seems stretched during unpleasant situations. While there is evidence of subjective time overestimation when perceiving external unpleasant stimuli, no study has measured the dilation of time when individuals experience an unpleasant situation in their own body. Here we measured the time dilation induced by a painful homeostatic deviance using temporal bisection task. We show that being in pain leads to an expansion of subjective time whereby a stronger increase in pain perception relative to non-painful stimulation leads to a stronger time-estimate distortion...
November 16, 2017: Scientific Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29146281/nucleus-accumbens-core-lesions-induce-sub-optimal-choice-and-reduce-sensitivity-to-magnitude-and-delay-in-impulsive-choice-tasks
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Catherine C Steele, Jennifer R Peterson, Andrew T Marshall, Sarah L Stuebing, Kimberly Kirkpatrick
The nucleus accumbens core (NAc) has long been recognized as an important contributor to the computation of reward value that is critical for impulsive choice behavior. Impulsive choice refers to choosing a smaller-sooner (SS) over a larger-later (LL) reward when the LL is more optimal in terms of the rate of reward delivery. Two experiments examined the role of the NAc in impulsive choice and its component processes of delay and magnitude processing. Experiment 1 delivered an impulsive choice task with manipulations of LL reward magnitude, followed by a reward magnitude discrimination task...
February 26, 2018: Behavioural Brain Research
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29108010/maternal-immune-activation-in-rats-produces-temporal-perception-impairments-in-adult-offspring-analogous-to-those-observed-in-schizophrenia
#12
Ashley R Deane, Jessica Millar, David K Bilkey, Ryan D Ward
The neurophysiology underlying temporal perception significantly overlaps with areas of dysfunction identified in schizophrenia. Patients commonly exhibit distorted temporal perception, which likely contributes to functional impairments. Thus, study of temporal perception in animal models of the disease may help to understand both cognitive and neurobiological factors involved in functional impairments in patients. As maternal immune activation (MIA) has been shown to be a significant etiological risk factor in development of schizophrenia and other developmental psychiatric diseases, we tested interval timing in a rat model of MIA that has previously been shown to recapitulate several behavioural and neurophysiological impairments observed in the disease...
2017: PloS One
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29054427/common-brain-networks-for-distinct-deficits-in-visual-neglect-a-combined-structural-and-tractography-mri-approach
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Monica N Toba, Raffaella Migliaccio, Bénédicte Batrancourt, Clémence Bourlon, Christophe Duret, Pascale Pradat-Diehl, Bruno Dubois, Paolo Bartolomeo
Visual neglect is a heterogeneous, multi-component syndrome resulting from right hemisphere damage. Neglect patients do not pay attention to events occurring on their left side, and have a poor functional outcome. The intra-hemispheric location of lesions producing neglect is debated, because studies using different methods reported different locations in the grey matter and in the white matter of the right hemisphere. These reported locations show various patterns of overlapping with the fronto-parietal attention networks demonstrated by functional neuroimaging...
October 18, 2017: Neuropsychologia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29031739/neural-correlates-of-visuospatial-bias-in-patients-with-left-hemisphere-stroke-a-causal-functional-contribution-analysis-based-on-game-theory
#14
C Malherbe, R M Umarova, M Zavaglia, C P Kaller, L Beume, G Thomalla, C Weiller, C C Hilgetag
Stroke patients frequently display spatial neglect, an inability to report, or respond to, relevant stimuli in the contralesional space. Although this syndrome is widely considered to result from the dysfunction of a large-scale attention network, the individual contributions of damaged grey and white matter regions to neglect are still being disputed. Moreover, while the neuroanatomy of neglect in right hemispheric lesions is well studied, the contributions of left hemispheric brain regions to visuospatial processing are less well understood...
October 12, 2017: Neuropsychologia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28740142/intended-outcome-expands-in-time
#15
Mukesh Makwana, Narayanan Srinivasan
Intentional agents desire specific outcomes and perform actions to obtain those outcomes. However, whether getting such desired (intended) outcomes change our subjective experience of the duration of that outcome is unknown. Using a temporal bisection task, we investigated the changes in temporal perception of the outcome as a function of whether it was intended or not. Before each trial, participants intended to see one of two possible outcomes but received the intended outcome only in half of the trials. Results showed that intended outcomes were perceived as longer than unintended outcomes...
July 24, 2017: Scientific Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28660355/left-spatial-neglect-evoked-by-electrostimulation-of-the-right-inferior-fronto-occipital-fasciculus
#16
Guillaume Herbet, Yordanka N Yordanova, Hugues Duffau
Left spatial neglect is a debilitating condition that may occur after lesion of many cortical territories in the right hemisphere. At the subcortical level, the second and third branches of the right superior longitudinal fasciculus has emerged as strong candidates in conveying information exchanges within the attention networks as their damage has been repeatedly associated to spatial neglect in neuromodulation and neuropsychological studies. Yet, a few cases of spatial neglect have also been observed after damage to the right inferior fronto-occipital fasciculus (IFOF), suggesting an involvement of this associative connectivity in spatial attention...
June 28, 2017: Brain Topography
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28611699/the-age-effects-on-the-cognitive-processes-of-intention-based-and-stimulus-based-actions-an-erp-study
#17
Ya-Nan Niu, Xinyi Zhu, Juan Li
The functional decline in action among older adults is caused not only by physical weakness but also by cognitive decline. In this study, we aimed to compare the cognitive effects of age between intention-based and stimulus-based action modes electrophysiologically. Because age-related declines in cognitive function might proceed distinctly according to specific action modes and processes, four specific cognitive processes, action-effect binding, stimulus-response linkage, action-effect feedback control, and effect-action retrieval, were investigated...
2017: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28532288/effects-of-happy-and-sad-facial-expressions-on-the-perception-of-time-in-parkinson-s-disease-patients-with-mild-cognitive-impairment
#18
Giovanna Mioni, Simon Grondin, Lucia Meligrana, Francesco Perini, Luigi Bartolomei, Franca Stablum
INTRODUCTION: Parkinson's disease (PD) is a movement disorder caused by deterioration of the dopaminergic system. Previous studies have demonstrated temporal as well as emotional facial recognition impairment in PD patients. Moreover, it has been demonstrated that emotional facial expressions alter temporal judgments. In the present study, we investigate the magnitude of temporal distortions caused by the presentation of emotional facial expressions (happiness, sadness, and neutral) in PD patients with mild cognitive impairment (PD-MCI) and controls...
May 22, 2017: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28500529/bacterial-nucleoid-occlusion-multiple-mechanisms-for-preventing-chromosome-bisection-during-cell-division
#19
Maria A Schumacher
In most bacteria cell division is driven by the prokaryotic tubulin homolog, FtsZ, which forms the cytokinetic Z ring. Cell survival demands both the spatial and temporal accuracy of this process to ensure that equal progeny are produced with intact genomes. While mechanisms preventing septum formation at the cell poles have been known for decades, the means by which the bacterial nucleoid is spared from bisection during cell division, called nucleoid exclusion (NO), have only recently been deduced. The NO theory was originally posited decades ago based on the key observation that the cell division machinery appeared to be inhibited from forming near the bacterial nucleoid...
2017: Sub-cellular Biochemistry
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28481566/stimulus-expectation-prolongs-rather-than-shortens-perceived-duration-evidence-from-self-generated-expectations
#20
Teresa Birngruber, Hannes Schröter, Emanuel Schütt, Rolf Ulrich
Previous studies have suggested that unexpected stimuli are perceived as being longer than expected ones (e.g., the temporal oddball effect). These studies manipulated stimulus expectation mostly via stimulus repetitions and stimulus probabilities. However, these manipulations might affect duration judgments not only through the modulation of stimulus expectation. Therefore, the present study introduces a novel paradigm to isolate the effect of stimulus expectation on perceived duration from repetition and probability effects...
January 2018: Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
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