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One psychological second does not necessarily last 1000 ms.

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The duration of the representation of 1 s was estimated with two methods: (a) the adjustments of the duration of a sound and (b) the production of 10 s with counts from 1 to 11. The estimations were not close to 1 s and varied considerably. Assuming that the representation of 1 s is close to 1000 ms could well be misleading.

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Name: PsyCh journal
ISSN: 2046-0260
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