Eyes offer window into brain’s timekeepers

In monkeys, pupil size linked to perception of milliseconds

a Japanese macaque

EYE-OPENING  Pupil size could predict whether Japanese macaques would over- or underestimate a second, a new study of lab monkeys shows.

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