Timing in the New Millennium Where Are We

The vivid and diverse nature of current research on interval timing and the speed with which it has progressed over the last 20 years are superbly illustrated in the present book. By combining animal and human data derived from such complementary approaches as experimental psychology, ecology, neurobiology, and formal modeling, Functional and Neural Mechanisms of Interval Timing portrays an impressive state of the art and suggests a bridging among research fields that have developed independently. It therefore leads to a set of questions: What are the consensual issues in research on interval timing at the start of the 21st century? What are the major advances and the ever-pending questions? What are the stumbling blocks that indicate the paths we should take in our future research?

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