Multiple cognitive and behavioral functions rely on a dependable sense of time. Learning and remembering whether an event took only a short or a very long time, or whether one event happened earlier or later than another, are fundamental adaptive abilities. How is it that such a sense of time emerges? How does it interact with other cognitive and behavioral functions? What is the neural substrate of these processes? This special issue provides a representative snapshot of cutting-edge behavioral neuroscience research on these questions.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Behavioral Neuroscience