How the brain perceives time

New experiments explore how the timekeepers in our heads help us make sense of the world

illustration of clocks and the brain

CLOCKING IN  To perceive time, the brain relies on internal clocks that precisely orchestrate movement, sensing, memories and learning.

Tang Yau Hoong

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