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A sense of time: Non-linear distortions in perceived time across the senses

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Multisensory Research 26 Supplement (2013) 139 brill.com/msr Withdrawn Presentation A sense of time: Non-linear distortions in perceived time across the senses Jess Hartcher-O’Brien 1 , ∗ , Massimilliano Di Luca 2 and Marc O. Ernst 3 1 LIMSI CNRS, France 2 University of Birmingham, UK 3 University of Bielefeld, CITEC, Germany Abstract Perceived time is not veridical but distorted and differs across the senses. Here we ask, which points in the perception of a temporal event contribute most significantly to these multisensory distortions? To this end, we investigated perceptual estimates of temporal landmarks (onset, peak amplitude, and offset) for a

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