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Selected References

Hans-Peter Volz,CA Igor Nenadic, Christian Gaser, Thomas Rammsayer, Frank HaEger, & Heinrich Sauer. (2001). Time estimation in schizophrenia: an fMRI study at adjusted levels of difficulty. Neuroreport 12 (2), 313-316.

Igor Nenadic, Christian Gaser, Hans-Peter Volz, Thomas Rammsayer, Frank Hager, & Heinrich Sauer. (2003). Processing of temporal information and the basal ganglia: new evidence from fMRI. Experimental Brain Research 148, 238-246.

Severine Perbal, Josette Couillet, Philippe Azouvi, & Viviane Pouthas. (2003). Relationships between time estimation, memory, attention, and processing speed in patients with severe traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychologia 41, 1599-1610.

Anna Smith, Eric Taylor, Karen Lidzba, & Katya Rubia. (2003). A right hemispheric frontocerebellar network for time discrimination of several hundreds of milliseconds. NeuroImage 20, 344-350.

Fink A, Neubauer AC. (2005). Individual differences in time estimation related to cognitive ability, speed of information processing and working memory. Intelligence 33, 5-26.

Claudette Fortin, S├ębastien Tremblay. (2006). Interrupting timing in interval production and discrimination: Similarities and differences. Behavioural Processes 71, 336-343.

Alexia Baudouin, Sandrine Vanneste, Michel Isingrini, &Viviane Pouthas. (2006). Differential involvement of internal clock and working memory in the production and reproduction of duration: A study on older adults. Acta Psychologica 121, 285-296.

Brita Elvevag, Gordon D. A. Brown, Teresa McCormack, Janet I. Vousden, & Terry E. Goldberg. (2004). Identification of Tone Duration, Line Length, and Letter Position: An Experimental Approach to Timing and Working Memory. Deficits in Schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology 113, (4), 509-521.

Klaus Mathiak, Ingo Hertrich, Wolfgang Grodd, & Hermann Ackermann. (2004). Discrimination of temporal information at the cerebellum: functional magnetic resonance imaging of nonverbal auditory memory. NeuroImage 21, 154-162.

Carlo Semenza, Alessia Grana, Romina Cocolo, Giuseppe Longobardi, & Paolo Di Benedetto. (2002). Proper Names and Noun-to-Determiner Movement in Aphasia: A Case Study. TENNET XII., 542-592.

Anthony Chastona, Alan Kingstone. (2004). Time estimation: The effect of cortically mediated attention. Brain and Cognition 55, 286-289.

Joseph Glicksohn, Rotem Leshem, & Rotem Aharoni. (2006). Impulsivity and time estimation: Casting a net to catch a fish. Personality and Individual Differences 40, 261-271.

Isabelle Paul, Christophe Le Dantec, Christian Bernard, Robert Lalonde, and Mohamed Rebai. (2003). Event-Related Potentials in the Frontal Lobe During Performance of a Visual Duration Discrimination Task. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology 20 (5), 351-360.

Costanza Papagno, Adele Allegra, & Maurizio Cardaci. (2004). Time estimation in Alzheimer's disease and the role of the central executive. Brain and Cognition 54, 18-23.

Marie-Claude Sevigny, James Everett, & Simon Grondin. (2003). Depression, attention, and time estimation. Brain and Cognition 53, 351-353.