Have you ever wondered about the nature of time? What causes the divide between past, present and future? What causes time to flow – or is this only an illusion in our minds? Since it takes time for information from the outside world to be absorbed by the senses and processed by the brain, does your conscious time lag the time in the external world by a small amount? Or is the conscious present spread out in a strange manner? And have you ever had an intuition of an event coming in the near future? These are some of the phenomena our lab investigates.

Click on the link below to read to a recent research proposal:
Signal or noise? Using a psychophysical approach to investigate the effects of attention and neurofeedback training on electrocortical predictive anticipatory activity (PAA) to true random stimuli

The following are essays exploring some aspects of time-symmetry and the mind.

Experimental Evidence

Physical Theory

Replication of the Groningen Experiment