How the Brain Tells Time


Domenica Bueti

Amount of frontal teaching: 

~20 hours



The ability to tell time is one of the most important function the brain performs. Tasks such as, understanding/producing language, performing a movement or predicting when an external event will occur rely on the brain’s ability to tell time. The course will offer an overview of the state of the art of the neuroscience of time, from theoretical models to empirical data. Particular emphasis will be given to the perception of time.