Event Details

Thursday, 14 March 2019
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
UQ Location:
Human Performance Laboratories (St Lucia)
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Event Contact

Ms Sandrine Kingston-Ducrot
3365 6912
Org. Unit:
Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences

Event Description

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Our sense of when things are happening is malleable. For example, you will probably stop noticing an audio-lag at the cinema after a few minutes. It was recently reported that a single presentation of a temporally-offset flash and beep can make subsequent (asynchronous) flashes and beeps seem to occur at the same time. However, it has even more recently been reported that this effect is reversed if you only ask the participant a slightly different question.

Brendan Keane will present some of his recent work on this topic, where he explains and resolves the discrepancy between these effects.

Brendan Keane is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences at The University of Queensland. He has recently completed his PhD, titled ‘Neural correlates of human time perception’’.

Directions to UQ

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To St Lucia Campus, UQ Ipswich, and UQ Gatton.

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