Midwestern Psychological Association
Some rats were trained to attend to a tone while others were not. When the tone was presented while rats were timing using the peak procedure task, those trained to attend to the tone showed greater disruption of timing than those for which the tone was merely novel.
Daren H. Kaiser and Amy Hart (2015).
Timing in rats is disrupted by an increased attentional load. Presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.