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Optimal multisensory integration leads to optimal time estimation

University of Tokyo, Tokyo, JapanYuko Yotsumoto AuthorsSearch for Yuki Murai in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Yuko Yotsumoto in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google ... interests. Corresponding author Correspondence to Yuki Murai. Electronic supplementary material Supplementary materials Rights and permissions Open Access This article is licensed under a Creative

Timescale- and Sensory Modality-Dependency of the Central Tendency of Time Perception

When individuals are asked to reproduce intervals of stimuli that are intermixedly presented at various times, longer intervals are often underestimated and shorter intervals overestimated. This phenomenon may be attributed to the central tendency of time perception, and suggests that our brain optimally encodes a stimulus interval based on current stimulus input and prior...