perceptual anticipation

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A form of anticipation in which temporal predictions are made when the subject cannot measure the true passage of time with an external timing device. Perceptual anticipation is thought to depend on an internal biological clock. An athlete able to run at a regular pace may use internal feedback from his or her limbs to keep track of the time (see pace judgement).

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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