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Alexander JonesMiddlesex University LondonUKEntrainment, temporal attention, spatial attention, somatosensoryEEG, tACS, tDCS, TMS, Eye-tracking026Nowww.jones-silas-lab.com@Jones.Silas.Laba.j.jones@mdx.ac.uk
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Andre M. Cravo
Marcelo B. Reyes
Marcelo S. Caetano
Raphael Y. Camargo
Center for Mathematics, Computation and Cognition (CMCC),
Federal University of ABC (UFABC)
São Bernardo
do Campo
Brazilinterval timing, time perception, temporal attentionPsychophysics, EEG, eye-tracking, fNIRS, animal behavior, psychopharmacology,
electrophisiology in animals, computational modelling
174nohttp://neuro.ufabc.edu.br/timing/@TimingUFABCtimingufabc@gmail.com
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Angel CorreaUniversity of GranadaGranadaSpainCircadian rhythms, temporal attentionExperimental psychology, circadian physiology and cognitive neuroscience042in 2019http://www.ugr.es/~act/act/index.htmlact@ugr.es
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Argiro VatakisCognitive Systems Research InstituteAthensGreeceAudiovisual, multisensory timingPsychophysics, Eye-tracking, Virtual Reality035noargirovatakis.com@argirovatakisargirovatakis@gmail.com
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David FreestoneWilliam Paterson UniversityNew JerseyUSAtime perception, decision-makinganimal behavior, psychophysics, psychopharmacology6nohttps://freestone-lab.github.io/index.html@dfreestone_freestoned@wpunj.edu
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Devin TerhuneGoldsmiths, University of LondonLondonUKTime perception, consciousness, suggestion & suggestibility, metacognitionPsychophysics, EEG, eye-tracking, non-invasive brain stimulation (tACS/TMS), psychopharmacology029yeshttp://www.taslab.org/d.terhune@gold.ac.uk
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Diego GolombekNational University of Quilmes / National Research CouncilBernal, Buenos AiresArgentinaCircadian rhythms, interval timingAnimal behavior, biochemistry, molecular biology, actimetry, psychophysics562nocronos.unq.edu.ar@DiegoGolombekdgolombek@unq.edu.ar
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Gianfranco SpallettaNeuropsychiatry Lab, IRCCS Santa Lucia FoundationRomeItalyTime perception in neuropsychiatric disorders. Predictive timing and sense of agencyPsychophysics, MRI (volumetry), DTI, fMRI, resting state and network dynamics112nohttp://www.hsantalucia.it/en/laboratory-neuropsychiatry#presentazione
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Hinze HogendoornMelbourne School of Psychological SciencesMelbourneAustraliatime-course of neural processingpsychophysics, eyetracking, and EEG(-decoding)014nowww.timinglab.org@HinzeHogendoornhhogendoorn@unimelb.edu.au
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Ingrid JohnsrudeUniversity of Western OntarioLondonCanadaSpeech tracking, neural oscillations, auditory memory, predictionEEG, intracranial recording, fMRI, behaviour, fMRI, MR structural imaging326yeswww.conchlab.ca@ingridjohnsrudeijohnsru@uwo.ca
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Katja KornyshevaSchool of Psychology and Imaging Unit, Bangor UniversityBangor (Wales)UKMotor and sequence timing, Skilled action encoding and retrieval, Action preparationEEG/MEG/fMRI decoding, EEG-fMRI, motion tracking, TMS, animal models016 (+1 co)nohttps://sites.google.com/site/kkornysheva/@KatjaKornyshevak.kornysheva@gmail.com
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Kielan YarrowCity, University of LondonLondonUKUnisensory & multisensory timingPsychophysics, TMS, computational modelling, EEG.127nohttp://www.hexicon.co.uk/Kielan/kielan.yarrow.1@city.ac.uk
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Koji TodaWaseda UniversityTokyoJapanInterval Timing, Basal Ganglia, Reward
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Krystal ParkerUniversity of Iowa/Psychiatry/Iowa Neuroscience InstituteIowa CityUSATiming in cerebellar-frontal circutry, neuropshychiatric diseaseOptogenetics, neuronal ensemble recordings, pharmacology, EEG, fMRI, TMS02nohttps://parker.lab.uiowa.edu/@IowaParkerLabkrystal-parker@uiowa.edu
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Laurel TrainorMcMaster UniversityHamiltonCanadaTime and rhythm processing, neural oscillations, interpersonal interaction, development & disordersEEG, Motion tracking, MEG, behaviour, psychophysics 141yeshttp://psycserv.mcmaster.ca/ljt/
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Martin WienerGeorge Mason UniversityVirginiaUSATime perception, Space perception, Rhythmic Processing, Multisensory timingfMRI, TMS, EEG, tES, computational modeling (also TMS-EEG and fMRI-EEG)022nohttps://starlabgmu.weebly.com/@MartinMwienermwiener@gmu.edu
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Massimiliano Di LucaUniversity of BirminghamBirminghamUKMultisensory integration, perceived simultaneity, interval timing, hapticsPsychophysics, Virtual Reality, computational modeling (also EEG, fMRI)328nomassimilianodiluca.info@maxdilucam.diluca@bham.ac.uk
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Metehan ÇiçekBrain Research Center, Ankara UniversityAnkaraTurkeyinterval timing, memory, reward, number sensefMRI, DTI, resting state and effective connectivity030nohttp://brain.en.ankara.edu.tr/?page_id=67@metehan_cicekmcicek@ankara.edu.tr
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Michael Barnett-CowanUniversity of WaterlooWaterlooCanadaPerception of time and space, multisensory integration, self-motion, vestibular, virtual reality, agingPsychophysics, EEG, GVS, Eye Movements, TMS, tDCS, motion simulator, EMG, HR, respiration, genomics, computational modeling347nowww.uwaterloo.ca/mbclab@multisensebrainmbc@uwaterloo.ca
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Nandakumar NarayananUniversity of IowaIowa CityUSATiming in frontostriatal networks, dopamineOptogenetics, neuronal ensemble recordings, pharmacology, EEG, intraoperative neurophysiology333yeshttps://narayanan.lab.uiowa.edu/@narayananlab
nandakumar-narayanan@uiowa.edu
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Peter KellerMARCS Institute, Western Sydney UniversitySydneyAustraliaInterpersonal Synchronisation, Joint Action, Music PsychologyEEG, TMS, TDCS, TACS, Motion Tracking, MRI, fNIRS461no
https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/marcs/our_team/researchers/professor_peter_keller
@perikeller
p.keller@westernsydney.edu.au
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Veit KubikHumboldt Universität zu BerlinBerlinGermanyEstimation of time and space, multitasking, aging, Psychophysics, behavioral experiments100nohttp://www.stockholmcognitionlab.com/veit-kubik.html@veitkubikveit.kubik@cms.hu-berlin.de
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Virginie van WassenhoveCEA/DRF/Joliot, NeuroSpin; INSERM Cognitive Neuroimaging UnitGif sur YvetteFRANCEtemporal cognition, neural oscillations, mental time travel, temporal metacognitionhuman psychophysics, MEG, EEG, fMRI21 co-3nohttps://brainthemind.com/@virginie_vw
virginie.van.wassenhove@gmail.com
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Vishal YadavBanaras Hindu UniversityVaranasiIndiaCognitive Load, Time Perception, time estimation , executive function and working memorySuperLab software response Pad 530, EEG rTMS Eye Tracking Physiopack Treadmill01PhD studentshttp://internet.bhu.ac.in/social_sciences/psychology/vy09486@gmail.com
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Ayelet Landauthe Hebrew University of JerusalemJerusalemIsraelneural oscillations, rhythmic sampling, temporal cognition, tactile/visual/auditorypsychophysics, M/EEG, peripheral physiology, eye tracking, motion tracking245nowww.landaulab.comayelet.landau@huji.ac.il
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Pavol KačmárDepartment of Psychology; University of Arts, Pavol Jozef Šafárik in KošiceKošiceSlovakiaTime perception; Time estimation; executive functions; emotions and related issues. Software (e.g. Superlab) and hardware (RB-840 response pads)10nohttp://psychologyffupjs.weebly.com/laboratory1.htmlpavol.kacmar@upjs.sk
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Kia NobreUniversity of OxfordOxfordUKTemporal and spatial-temporal orienting of attention; entrainment; temporal cueing; (spatial-)temporal sequence learning and utilisation; temporal orienting in working memory and long term memory; changes with ageing and neurodegenerationEEG, MEG, fMRI, eyetracking, psychophysics; behaviour792nohttp://www.brainandcognition.org@kianobrekia.nobre@ohba.ox.ac.uk
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Elzbieta SzelagLaboratory of Neuropsychology, Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Polish Academy of SciencesWarsawPolandNeuropsychological basis of human cognition, innovative methods of neurorehabilitation, speech therapy in different language disorders: aphasia, stuttering, infantile autism, hearing deficits, temporal aspects of information processing, language, hemispheric asymmetry, normal chronological aging, neurodegeneration and neurorehabilitation in norm and pathologyEEG, fMRI, behaviour024nohttp://www.pracownia-neuropsychologii.nencki.gov.pl/english.htmle.szelag@nencki.gov.pl
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Matthew MatellVillanova UniversityPhiladelphiaUSAinterval timing, cross modal and cross duration interactions, drug addictionrodent behavior, pharmacology, physiology, lesions001yes - MS studentsmatthew.matell@villanova.edu
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Eve IshamUniversity of ArizonaTucsonUSAconsciousness-action-time; subjective timing, interval timing, consequences of perceived time on behaviorBehavioral, EEG, eyetrackingRAeaisham@email.arizona.edu
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Sara CordesBoston CollegeBostonUSAtime perception, time estimation, temporal development Behavioral 230https://www2.bc.edu/sara-cordes/lab/cordess@bc.edu
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Ramesh Balasubramaniam
Jessica Ross
University of California, MercedMercedUSAMotor control/entrainment, time and rhythm perception, auditory-motor interactionsTMS, EEG, motion tracking, psychoacoustics07https://www.rameshlab.com/
https://jessicamarieross.com/
ramesh@ucmerced.edu
jross8@ucmerced.edu
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Hedderik van Rijn, Niels TaatgenUniversity of Groningen, The NetherlandsGroningenNLInterval timing, computational modeling, memory, aging, real-world timingbehavioral, modeling, EEG, MEG, fMRI38temporalcognition.org@hedderikd.h.van.rijn@rug.nl
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Kimberly KirkpatrickKansas State UniversityManhattanUSAInterval timing, choice, impulsivity, delay discounting, neurobiology of timing and choicerodent behavior, human behavior, modeling, immunohistochemistry, DREADDs1311GRAs, post-bacc
http://www.k-state.edu/psych/research/kirkpatrick/rtdlab/
kirkpatr@ksu.edu
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Caroline PalmerMcGill UniversityMontrealCanadasynchronization, auditory-motor integration, timing in speech and musicbehavioural, mathematical modeling, EEG, motion capturewww.mcgill.ca/spl/caroline.palmer@mcgill.ca
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Rodrigo LajeNational University of Quilmes Bernal, Buenos AiresArgentinaSensorimotor Synchronization, millisecond timing, tempo perturbationsPsychophysics, EEG 221http://ldsm.web.unq.edu.ar/rlaje@unq.edu.ar
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Fuat BalcıKoç UniversityIstanbulTurkeyinterval timing, decision making, error monitoring, number sense, gamification, psychophysics, agingTMS, tDCS, human behavior, mouse behavior, computational modeling, eye tracking, optogenetics, psychophysics143http://tmdmlab.ku.edu.tr/fbalci@ku.edu.tr
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Francois RivestRoyal Military College of CanadaKingstonCanadaInterval Timing, Learning to Time, Reward, Dopamine, Timing in AI/MLComputational Modeling023http://naais-siana.com/francois.rivest@mail.mcgill.ca
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Richard IvryUniversity of California, BerkeleyBerkeleyUSAtime perception, temporal prediction, sensorimotor coordination, cerebellum, basal gangliabehavior, psychophysics, TMS, tACS, tDCS, EEG, fMRI, motion tracking34http://ivrylab.berkeley.edu/@ivrylabivry@berkeley.edu
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Roland ThomaschkeAlbert-Ludwigs-Universität FreiburgFreiburgGermany
Time-based cognition, Experience of time, Waiting, Delays in Human-Computer Interaction, Electrophysiology of Timing, Time and Emotion, Time and time perception in museums
Behavioural experiments, EEG, peripheral physiology, qualitative analyses, mixed methods049PhD
https://www.psychologie.uni-freiburg.de/abteilungen/Allgemeine.Psychologie/time.interaction.self-determination
thomaschke@psychologie.uni-freiburg.de
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Molly HenryMax Planck Institute for Empirical AestheticsFrankfurtGermanyNeural oscillations and neural entrainment, Rhythm and time perception, Auditory perception / psychophysics, Music perceptionPsychophysics, M/EEG, non-invasive brain stimulation000https://www.molly-henry.com/@lab-rhythmmolly.henry@ae.mpg.de
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Inci AyhanBogazici UniversityIstanbulTurkeyDuration judgments, temporal mechanisms of visual adaptation, visuo-motor interactionPsychophysics, behavioural experiments and eye tracking005https://visionlab.boun.edu.tr/eninci.ayhan@boun.edu.tr
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Peter BalsamColumbia University, Barnard CollegeNew YorkUSALearning, time, uncertainty, motivation, effort, habitmouse behavior, pharmacology, FSCV, fiber photometry, chemogenetics, calcium imaging, immunohistochemistry, human behavior, patient studies, modeling325yes-lab technicianhttp://dept.psych.columbia.edu/balsam/index.htmlbalsam@columbia.edu
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Yuko YotsumotoThe University of TokyoTokyoJapanNeural oscillations, duration perception, passage of timePsychophysics, EEG, fMRI, tACS, modeling, human behavior138http://park.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/YotsumotoLab/index_en.phpyukoyy@gmail.com
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Henkjan HoningUniversity of AmsterdamAmsterdamNetherlandsMusicality, music cognition, rhythm perception, beat and isochrony perceptionTheoretical, behaviorial, computational, experimental (EEG, etc)1310www.mcg.uva.nl@musiccognitioncontact@musiccognition.nl
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Narayanan SrinivasanUniversity of AllahabadPrayagrajIndiaTime perception, consciousness, binding, attention, emotionsPsychophysics, EEG, fMRI168facweb.cbcs.ac.in/nsrininsrini@cbcs.ac.in
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Clemens WöllnerUniversity of HamburgHamburgGermanytime perception, sensorimotor synchronisation, music psychologybehavioral: tapping, motion capture; mobile EEG; eyetracking; EMG15https://www.slomo.uni-hamburg.de/@cwoellner
clemens.woellner@uni-hamburg.de
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