Contents

21.1 Introduction

21.2 Are There Multiple Systems for Interval Timing?

21.2.1 Interval Duration as a Defining Factor

21.2.1.1 Attention and Duration

21.2.1.2 The Motor System and Duration

21.2.2 Hypothesis: Two Systems for Time Measurement

21.2.2.1 The Automatic Timing System

21.2.2.2 The Cognitively Controlled Timing System

21.2.3 Supporting Evidence from the Neuroimaging Literature

21.2.3.1 Significance of the Meta-Analysis

21.2.3.2 Possibility of Confounds

21.2.4 Summary

21.3 Neuroimaging and the Time Measurement System

21.3.1 The Functional Anatomy of Time Measurement

21.3.2 Imaging the Timer Components

21.4 Concluding Remarks References

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