Lisa Dolansky

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R. Ivry, R. M. Spencer, H. N. Zelaznik, and J. Diedrichsen (2002) have proposed a distinction between timed movements in which a temporal representation is part of the task goal (event timing) and those in which timing properties are emergent. The issue addressed in the present experiment was how timing in conditions conducive to emergent timing becomes(More)
Program. The general problem of the transmission of information, or in other words the problem of communication, has attracted the attention and aroused the interest of several additional members of this Laboratory since the Progress Report of July 15, 1947 was written. It seems appropriate, therefore, to state at this time the long range aims of the(More)
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