Temporal Context Influences the Perceived Duration of Everyday Actions: Assessing the Ecological Validity of Lab-Based Timing Phenomena

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In most of the traditional research on time perception simple stimuli and artificial tasks are used. More precisely, cues that mark a to-be-timed interval generally have clear and sharp on- and offsets. These circumstances make generalizations to more complex stimuli used in other cognitive tasks or encountered in our everyday life extremely difficult. In this project, we aim to replicate fin...

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