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The time-event correlation effect is due to temporal expectancy, not to partial transition costs

Thomaschke, Roland ; Dreisbach, Gesine


Humans are sensitive to temporal redundancies in their environment. When the identity of a target stimulus is correlated with the duration of the preceding interval, performance is better for frequent than for infrequent combinations of target and interval. This effect has been demonstrated several times in current timing research. However, it can be accounted for by 2 starkly contrasting ...


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