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Findings suggest that the physiological mechanisms involved in the reward anticipation and time perception partially overlap. But the systematic investigation of a potential interaction between time and reward systems using neuroimaging is lacking.
- Corticostriatal stimulation compensates for medial frontal inactivation during interval timing
- Warren Meck
- Different contributions of preparatory activity in the basal ganglia and cerebellum for self-timing
- The Basal Ganglia
Corticostriatal stimulation compensates for medial frontal inactivation during interval timing
Previous issue Free of fees Open Access Journal. RU In Russian. Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology Kovaleva A. Keywords : timing, time perception, sensorimotor synchronization, tapping, cognitive functions, emotions. All rights reserved. The article presents a review of the neurocognitive studies of time perception, timing, and sensorimotor synchronization. These fundamental abilities of humans and animals are an essential component of many cognitive processes: speech, memory, attention, planning, and forecasting.
Violations of the processes of timing and sensorimotor integration and synchronization accompany some disorders in the motor and cognitive spheres: speech and language problems, autism, ADHD, neurodegenerative diseases, memory disorders. Many brain structures are involved in the implementation of timing processes: motor cortex, cerebellum, basal ganglia, some brain stem structures. The emotional valence and arousal of stimuli change the subjective perception of their duration.
It is important to note the positive role of training time and rhythm perception and movements to rhythmic sounds and music in the rehabilitation process. For Reference Kovaleva A. Neurocognitive aspects of timing and sensorimotor synchronization [Elektronnyi resurs].
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Pavel Filip, Ovidiu V. Lungu, Daniel J. Teaching Hospital, 00 Brno, Czech Republic. Traditionally, the pathophysiology of cervical dystonia has been regarded mainly in relation to neurochemical abnormities in the basal ganglia. Recently, however, substantial evidence has emerged for cerebellar involvement. Specifically, given the role of the cerebellum in the neural representation of time, in the millisecond range, dysfunction to this structure is considered to be of greater importance than dysfunction of the basal ganglia. In the current study, we investigated the performance of cervical dystonia patients on a computer task known to engage the cerebellum, namely, the interception of a moving target with changing parameters speed, acceleration, and angle with a simple response pushing a button.
Author manuscript; available in PMC Apr 1. Published in final edited Cheng RK, Meck WH. Neuroanatomical and neurochemical substrates of timing.
Different contributions of preparatory activity in the basal ganglia and cerebellum for self-timing
This text presents the contemporary understanding of the basal ganglia. In a groundbreaking synthesis, diverse research perspectives grounded in neuroscience and neurobiology are bought together to reflect an integrated understanding of these deep brain structures. The volume clarifies and broadens perspectives of the basal ganglia that have over the past few decades extended its functional-anatomic roles far beyond motor-centered models. Contributions to the volume from leading basal ganglia researchers altogether relate the neural architecture and functional circuitry of the basal ganglia, its interactions with other major systems of the brain, its neurotransmitter and signaling mechanisms, its role in multiple cognitive and behavioral domains and in various neurocognitive, neuropsychiatric and neurological disorders. Many of the novel research techniques that have helped reveal the complex neural architecture and functional diversity of the basal ganglia are also given view.
Previous issue Free of fees Open Access Journal. RU In Russian. Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology
Temporal prediction TP is needed to anticipate future events and is essential for survival. However, the neurobiological substrates for TP in the human brain have not been identified. We tested the hypothesis that TP involves DA striato-cortical pathways, and that accurate responses are reinforcing in themselves and activate the nucleus accumbens NAc.
The Basal Ganglia
Professor Warren Meck 17 November — 21 January  was a professor in psychology and neuroscience in the Duke University. His main field of interest was Interval-Timing mechanisms and subjective time perception. Meck, W. A mode control model of counting and timing processes.
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Parkinson's disease PD patients are deficient in time estimation. This deficit improves after dopamine DA treatment and it has been associated with decreased internal timekeeper speed, disruption of executive function and memory retrieval dysfunction. The aim of the present study was to explore the neurophysiologic correlates of this deficit. We performed functional magnetic resonance imaging on twelve PD patients while they were performing a time reproduction task TRT. The TRT consisted of an encoding phase during which visual stimuli of durations from 5s to The time course of activation in the brain areas with different BOLD signal was plotted.
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