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Editorial Overview for the Second Special Issue on Timing and Development: Time as a Window on Development

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Affiliations: 1: Universté Clermont Auvergne, Laboratoire de psychologie sociale et cognitive, CNRS, UMR 6024, Clermont-Ferrand, France ; 2: Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

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1. Allman,, Droit-Volet S.,, & Meck W. H. (subm.). "Lifespan development of temporal cognition".
2. De Hevia M. D. (in press). "The temporal dimensions in the first year of life". Timing Time Percept. Rev .
3. Droit-Volet S.,, & Wearden J. (2015). "Experience Sampling Methodology reveals similarities in the experience of passage of time in young and elderly adults". Acta Psychol. , 156, 7782.
4. Droit-Volet S.,, Wearden J.,, & Zélanti P. (2015). "Cognitive abilities required in time judgment depending on the temporal task used: A comparison of children and adults". Q. J. Exp. Psychol. , 68, 22162242.
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6. Janssen S. M. J. (2017). "Autobiographical memory and the subjective experience of time". Timing Time Percept. , 5, 99122.
7. Lamotte M., & Droit-Volet S. (2017). "Aging and time perception for short and long durations: a question of attention?" Timing Time Percept., 5, xx-yy .
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9. May C.,, & Hasher L. (2017). "Synchrony affects performance for older but not younger neutral-type adults". Timing Time Percept. , 5, xx-yy .
10. McCormack T. (subm). "The development of temporal concepts". Timing Time Percept. Rev .
11. Ogden R. S.,, Wearden J. H.,, & Montgomery C. (2014). "The differential contribution of executive functions to temporal generalization, reproduction and verbal estimation". Acta Psychol. , 152, 8494.
12. Provasi J.,, Lemoine-Lardennois C.,, Orriolsc E., & Morange- Majoux F. (2017). "Do preterm infants perceive temporal synchrony? An analysis with the eye-tracking system". Timing Time Percept. , 5, xx-yy .
13. Smith A.,, Taylor E.,, Warner Rogers J. W.,, Newman S.,, & Rubia K. (2002). "Evidence for a pure time perception deficit in children with ADHD". J. Child Psychol. Psychiat. , 43, 529542.
14. Turgeon M.,, Lustig C.,, & Meck W. H. (2016). "Cognitive aging and time perception: Roles of bayesian optimization and degeneracy". Front. Aging Neurosci. , 8, 102..
15. Wiener M. (in revision). "Fractionating time perception networks in older adults". Timing Time Percept. Rev .
16. Winkler I.,, Fischer K.,, Kliesow K.,, Rudolph T.,, Thiel C., & Sedlmeier P. (2017). "Has it really been that long ? Why time seems to speed up with age". Timing Time Percept. , 5, xx-yy .
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