Volume 7 No 1 (2009)
Time and Causation
 Orfeu Bertolami* and Francisco S. N. Lobo
Pages: 1 - 15
A Philosophical Introduction to the Experience of Time
 Sean Enda Power
Pages: 16 - 29
Remembering the Duration of Joyful and Sad Musical Excerpts Assessment with Three Estimation Methods
 Nicolas Bisson, Simon Tobin and Simon Grondin
Pages: 46 - 57
Experienced Speed of Time in Durations of Known and Unknown Length
 Anna D. Eisler and Hannes Eisler
Pages: 66 - 76
Effects of Singing and Counting During Successive Interval Productions
 Simon Grondin and Peter R. Killeen
Pages: 77 - 84
Single-Modality Memory Mixing in Temporal Generalization An Effect Due to Instructional Ambiguity
 Single-Modality Memory Mixing in Temporal Generalization An Effect Due to Instructional Ambiguity
Pages: 85 - 94
Electrophysiological Evidence of Auditory Temporal Perception Related to the Assimilation Between Two Neighboring Time Intervals
 Takako Mitsudo, Yoshitaka Nakajima , Gerard B. Remijn Hiroshige Takeichi, Yoshinobu Gotoll , and Shozo Tobimatsu
Pages: 114 - 127
Duration Magnitude and Memory Resource Demand
 Kwun-Kei Ng, Pelen P. Y. Yip, Yong Hao Soh, Trevor B. Penney
Pages: 128 - 137
DNA The Gateway to Time
 Sam El-Khazen
Pages: 152 - 175
The Genetic Code Degeneracy and the Amino Acids Chemical Composition are Connected
 Tidjani NĂ©gadi
Pages: 181 - 187
Inner Light Perception as a Quantum Phenomenon-Addressing the Questions of Physical and Critical Realisms, Information and Reduction
 Ravi Prakash and Michele Caponigro
Pages: 188 - 197