Individual differences in temporal information processing in humans
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This article reviews some of our investigations concerning individual differences in temporal information processing. Two different levels of temporal information processing are discussed, namely the low-frequency (i.e., a few seconds time range) and the high-frequency processing level (i.e., some tens of milliseconds range) of temporal information with respect to various experimental paradigms. Evidence has been obtained indicating that the processing of temporal information on these two levels can be influenced by various subject-related factors, out of which age, gender, developmental disorders, auditory experience and localisation of damage in the brain seem to be the most significant.
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E. Szelag, Laboratory of Neuropsychology, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, 3 Pasteur St., 02-093 Warsaw, Poland