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Time processing impairments in neurological and psychiatric disorders

Thomas Hinault
Arnaud d'Argembeau
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Dermot Bowler
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Pierre Desaunay
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Joëlle Provasi
Hervé Platel
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Jessica Tran The
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Laura Charretier
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Anne Giersch
Sylvie Droit-Volet
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Abstract

A central question in understanding cognition and pathology-related cognitive changes is how we process time. However, time processing impairments across several neurological and psychiatric disorders remains seldom investigated, with no unified understanding. In this review, an international group of experts from different backgrounds (cognitive psychologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, and clinical neuropsychologists) present their reflections for a taxonomy of time processing, and a neuropsychological approach of their various impairments. Four main temporal aspects are discussed: duration processing, simultaneity perception and synchrony, passage of time, and mental time travel. We review time processing impairments in several neurological and psychiatric disorders (e.g., schizophrenia, autism, Alzheimer’s dementia, PTSD) and highlight the most promising avenues for improving diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to time processing alterations.
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hal-04135717 , version 1 (21-06-2023)

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Thomas Hinault, Arnaud d'Argembeau, Dermot Bowler, Valentina La Corte, Pierre Desaunay, et al.. Time processing impairments in neurological and psychiatric disorders. 2023. ⟨hal-04135717v1⟩
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