Current Research at Block Laboratories
Stimulus Complexity and Duration Judgments
Our latest research is on prospective and retrospective duration judgments as influenced by stimulus complexity.
The "Return-Trip Effect"
Our planned research is on the return-trip effect in duration judgment.
Intent to Remember and Isolation Effects
Following-up on Block (2009) on intent to remember information. This research is ongoing.
Cognitive Load, Physical Load, and Duration Judgments
Following-up on Block, Hancock, and Zakay (2010), we are conducting additional meta-analytic reviews.
For additional information on Block Laboratories, or if you are interested in collaborating with us, please contact email@example.com. Most data are collected in our lab, 301 Traphagen Hall.
Rick Block created this web page on May 5, 1995, and last updated it on February 20, 2014.