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Preface VII
List of Illustrations IX
1 Circadian Timing: From Genetics to Behavior 1
Patricia V. Agostino, Ivana L. Bussi and Carlos S. Caldart
2 Prospective and Retrospective Timing Processes: Theories, Methods, and Findings 32
Richard A. Block, Simon Grondin and Dan Zakay
3 Assessing Duration Discrimination: Psychophysical Methods and Psychometric Function Analysis 52
Karin M. Bausenhart, Massimiliano Di Luca and Rolf Ulrich
4 Methodological Issues in the Study of Prospective Timing 79
Giovanna Mioni
5 Duration Bisection: A User’s Guide 98
Trevor B. Penney and Xiaoqin Cheng
6 Temporal Decision-making: Common Procedures and Contemporary Approaches 128
David Freestone and Fuat Balcı
7 Towards a Process Model of Temporal Generalization 149
Florian Klapproth
8 Reaction Time Analysis for Interval Timing Research 165
Patrick Simen
9 Analysing Multi-person Timing in Music and Movement: Event Based Methods 177
Mark T. Elliott, Dominic Ward, Ryan Stables, Dagmar Fraser, Nori Jacoby and Alan M. Wing
10 Measuring Temporal Preparation 216
Mariagrazia Capizzi and Ángel Correa
11 Temporal Order and Synchrony Judgments: A Primer for Students 233
Maria Kostaki and Argiro Vatakis
12 Perceived Temporal Order and Simultaneity: Beyond Psychometric Functions 263
Miguel A. García-Pérez and Rocío Alcalá-Quintana
13 Collecting and Interpreting Judgments about Perceived Simultaneity: A Model-Fitting Tutorial 295
Kielan Yarrow
14 Using the Simon Effect in Simultaneity/Asynchrony Discrimination Tasks: Interest, Methods, and Limits 326
Anne Giersch, Patrick E. Poncelet, Céline Z. Duval and Laurence Lalanne
15 Tracking Time in the Infant Brain 341
Franziska Kopp
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