February 13, 2020
Throughout his long career, Professor Warren H. Meck systematically uncovered and explained the mechanisms that allow humans (and other animals) to mark the passage of time in the seconds to minutes range – a process now known as “interval timing”. He crossed traditional disciplinary boundaries and had profound impact upon psychology, cognitive science, behavioral neuroscience, and even interventions for clinical disorders. His work showed how the seemingly simple process of interval timing could form the foundation for much of human cognition.
Read more on Dr. Meck’s profile.