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Time and mind II
|Statement||edited by Hede Helfrich|
|Contributions||Helfrich, Hede, International Symposium on Time and Mind (2nd : 2002 : University of Hildesheim)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 248 p. :|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||2003115780|
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Time and Mind II: Information Processing Perspectives Hardcover – April 1, by TIME AND MIND UNIVERSITAT HILDESHE (Author),Author: TIME AND MIND UNIVERSITAT HILDESHE, Hede Helfrich. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on the International Symposium on Time and M held at the University of Hildesheim, Sept.
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Time and Conscious Visual Processing. Andreas K. Engel - - In Hede Helfrich (ed.), Time and Mind II: Information Processing Perspectives. Hogrefe & Huber Publishers. Author: Hede Helfrich. This book focuses on the significance of time in information processing and thus broadens the perspective of the first Time and Mind volume (Helfrich, ).
Two areas of research are Author: Dan Zakay. What is the big unanswered question when it comes to time. Subjective time is still the great mystery. If you think about other faculties of the mind, like memory, motor-performance, seeing, hearing, smell, everything, there’s a consensus of different scientists and experts on how the basic processes work, how the brain and how the mind functions in each specific process.
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PERSPECTIVE. A person may make a duration judgment under either of two instructional conditions. The prospective para- digm is defined as a situation in which a person is aware, during a time period, that he or ral and nontemporal information processing, and attend- ing to time requires.
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Indeed the ancients go so far as to identify thinking and perceiving; e.g. Empedocles says 'For 'tis in respect of what is present that man's wit is increased', and again 'Whence it befalls them from time to time to think diverse thoughts', and Homer's phrase 'For suchlike is man's mind' means the same.
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