Editorial Overview for the Second Special Issue on Timing and Development: Time as a Window on Development

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  • 1 Universté Clermont, France
  • 2 University of Michigan, USA

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  • Provasi J., , Lemoine-Lardennois C., , Orriolsc E., & Morange- Majoux F. (2017). Do preterm infants perceive temporal synchrony? An analysis with the eye-tracking system. Timing Time Percept. , 5, xx-yy .

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  • Turgeon M., , Lustig C., , & Meck W. H. (2016). Cognitive aging and time perception: Roles of bayesian optimization and degeneracy. Front. Aging Neurosci. , 8, 102 . http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnagi.2016.00102.

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  • Wiener M. (in revision). Fractionating time perception networks in older adults. Timing Time Percept. Rev .

  • Winkler I., , Fischer K., , Kliesow K., , Rudolph T., , Thiel C., & Sedlmeier P. (2017). Has it really been that long ? Why time seems to speed up with age. Timing Time Percept. , 5, xx-yy .

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  • Xu R., & Church R. M. (in press). Age-related changes in human and nonhuman timing. Timing Time Percept. Rev .

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