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Timing the future : the case for a time-based prospective memory / edited by Joseph Glicksohn, Michael S. Myslobodsky
Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, c2006
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  BF468 .T57 2006    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Time perception
Time perspective
Physical Description x, 312 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents Time perception and time-based prospective memory / Peter Graf and Simon Grondin -- Prospective remembering involves time estimation and memory processes / Richard A. Block and Dan Zakay -- Dynamic attending and prospective memory for a time / Mari Riess Jones -- Representing times of the past, present and future in the brain / Wim A. van de Grind -- At the crossroads of time and action: a temporal discounting primer for prospective memory researchers / Thomas S. Critchfield and Gregory J. Madden -- Time management / Jan Francis-Smythe -- Transcending the now: time as a dimension of psychological distance / Cheryl J. Wakslak, Yaacov Trope and Nira Liberman -- Time monitoring and executive functioning: individual and developmental differences / Timo Mäntylä and Maria-Grazia Carelli -- The neural correlates of timing functions / Katya Rubia -- The neurology and neuropsychology of time-based prospective memory / Janet Cockburn -- What it takes to remember the future / Joseph Glicksohn and Michael S. Myslobodsky
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Alternate Author Glicksohn, Joseph, 1954-
Myslobodsky, Michael

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