Integrating time from experience
in lateral entorhinal cortex.

“Sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing are relatively easy to isolate in the brain. They have discrete functions that rarely overlap: it’s hard to describe the taste of a sound, the color of a smell, or the scent of a feeling. But a sense of time is threaded through everything we perceive.”

Poster for Albert Tsao’s research on how time becomes represented in one's memories. How do you have a sense of both when some episode in life happened, as well as how long the episode lasted for