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Functional and Neural Mechanism of Internval Timing

Ronald M. Salomon, MD

Published: August 15, 2005

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Tick, tock. Tick. Tempus fugit (time flies) and flies keeptime, but who really cares? As psychiatrists, we’ re accustomedto thinking about circadian rhythms, but we’ ll soon be findingthat there’s more to the story. The past several decades of research,as carefully chronicled in this field-unifying volume,have brought interval timing into its prime.’ ‹


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