CONTEXT: VISUAL “NOW” 17ms unconscious, 50ms conscious: WHAT HAPPENS IN A MOMENT “The fact that information is automatically distinguished in time within intervals as short as 17 ms is not necessarily in contradiction with the concepts of temporal windows, inasmuch it mainly adds an additional, implicit level of processing. What requires consideration is how evidence for implicit processing changes our understanding of the emergence of the sense of time continuity. The fact that we are able to process and follow information over time with high temporal fidelity seems to contribute to our feeling of time continuity. Indeed, the fact that we can process information with a better time accuracy at an unconscious than at a conscious level means that any environmental change between successive 50 ms windows can be resolved by means of a smoothing over processes responsible for event coding. In addition, each time we consciously look, potentially we unconsciously check for new information several times. In this sense, it can be approximated that we have a continuous access to the outer world.” https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01905/full

CONTEXT: VISUAL “NOW” 17ms unconscious, 50ms conscious:
WHAT HAPPENS IN A MOMENT
 
“The fact that information is automatically distinguished in time within intervals as short as 17 ms is not necessarily in contradiction with the concepts of temporal windows, inasmuch it mainly adds an additional, implicit level of processing. What requires consideration is how evidence for implicit processing changes our understanding of the emergence of the sense of time continuity. The fact that we are able to process and follow information over time with high temporal fidelity seems to contribute to our feeling of time continuity. Indeed, the fact that we can process information with a better time accuracy at an unconscious than at a conscious level means that any environmental change between successive 50 ms windows can be resolved by means of a smoothing over processes responsible for event coding. In addition, each time we consciously look, potentially we unconsciously check for new information several times. In this sense, it can be approximated that we have a continuous access to the outer world.”
 
https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01905/full

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