Auditory–motor integration of subliminal phase shifts in tapping: better than auditory discrimination would predict

@article{Kagerer2014AuditorymotorIO,
  title={Auditory–motor integration of subliminal phase shifts in tapping: better than auditory discrimination would predict},
  author={Florian Kagerer and Priya Viswanathan and Jos{\'e} Luis Contreras-Vidal and Jill Whitall},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={232},
  pages={1207-1218}
}
Unilateral tapping studies have shown that adults adjust to both perceptible and subliminal changes in phase or frequency. This study focuses on the phase responses to abrupt/perceptible and gradual/subliminal changes in auditory–motor relations during alternating bilateral tapping. We investigated these responses in participants with and without good perceptual acuity as determined by an auditory threshold test. Non-musician adults (nine per group) alternately tapped their index fingers in… CONTINUE READING

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