Browsing Psychological Sciences Faculty Research and Publications by Subject "Timing"

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Browsing Psychological Sciences Faculty Research and Publications by Subject "Timing"

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  • Kirkpatrick, Kimberly (2014-05-16)
    Timing and prediction error learning have historically been treated as independent processes, but growing evidence has indicated that they are not orthogonal. Timing emerges at the earliest time point when conditioned ...
  • Marshall, Andrew T.; Smith, Aaron P.; Kirkpatrick, Kimberly (2015-05-18)
    Impulsive choice behavior incorporates the psychological mechanisms involved in the processing of the anticipated magnitude and delay until reward. The goal of the present experiment was to determine whether individual ...
  • Galtress, Tiffany; Marshall, Andrew T.; Kirkpatrick, Kimberly (2012-07-13)
    There is growing evidence that a change in reward magnitude or value alters interval timing, indicating that motivation and timing are not independent processes as was previously believed. The present paper reviews several ...

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