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<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>Standard event-related potential analysis assumes fixed-latency responses relative to experimental events – yet recent single unit recordings have revealed neural activity <jats:italic>scales</jats:italic> to span different durations during behaviours demanding flexible timing. We use a novel approach to unmix fixed-time and scaled-time components in human electroencephalography, recorded across three tasks. A consistent and distinct scaled-time component is revealed, demonstrating temporal scaling can reliably be measured at the scalp.</jats:p>

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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

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