Action enhances auditory but not visual temporal sensitivity.

  title={Action enhances auditory but not visual temporal sensitivity.},
  author={Lucica Iordanescu and Marcia Grabowecky and Satoru Suzuki},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  volume={20 1},
People naturally dance to music, and research has shown that rhythmic auditory stimuli facilitate production of precisely timed body movements. If motor mechanisms are closely linked to auditory temporal processing, just as auditory temporal processing facilitates movement production, producing action might reciprocally enhance auditory temporal sensitivity. We tested this novel hypothesis with a standard temporal-bisection paradigm, in which the slope of the temporal-bisection function… CONTINUE READING
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