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Time perception is not for the faint-hearted? Physiological arousal does not influence duration categorisation

Bibliographic reference Dormal, Valérie ; Heeren, Alexandre ; Pesenti, Mauro ; Maurage, Pierre. Time perception is not for the faint-hearted? Physiological arousal does not influence duration categorisation. In: Cognitive Processing, (2018)
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