Temporal dilation: the chronostasis illusion and spatial attention
This chapter examines the relation between chronostasis illusion and spatial attention. It discusses saccadic chronostasis which describes the temporal overestimation of a stimulus seen immediately following a saccade. The findings indicate that prior entry and attention-based temporal dilation are not particularly convincing explanations for the chronostasis illusion. However, there is some controversy regarding the spatial extent of chronostasis and its relationship with the shift of attention that precedes a saccade.
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