Cue properties change timing strategies in group movement synchronisation

@inproceedings{Honisch2016CuePC,
  title={Cue properties change timing strategies in group movement synchronisation},
  author={Juliane J. Honisch and Mark T. Elliott and Nori Jacoby and Alan Miles Wing},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
To maintain synchrony in group activities, each individual within the group must continuously correct their movements to remain in time with the temporal cues available. Cues might originate from one or more members of the group. Current research suggests that when synchronising movements, individuals optimise their performance in terms of minimising variability of timing errors (asynchronies) between external cues and their own movements. However, the cost of this is an increase in the timing… CONTINUE READING
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