Dissociation of explicit and implicit timing in repetitive tapping and drawing movements.

  title={Dissociation of explicit and implicit timing in repetitive tapping and drawing movements.},
  author={Howard N. Zelaznik and Rebecca M. C. Spencer and Richard B. Ivry},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  volume={28 3},
Four experiments explored the hypothesis that temporal processes may be represented and controlled explicitly or implicitly. Tasks hypothesized to require explicit timing were duration discrimination, tapping, and intermittent circle drawing. In contrast, it was hypothesized that timing control during continuous circle drawing does not rely on an explicit temporal representation; rather, temporal control is an emergent property of other control processes (i.e., timing is controlled implicitly… CONTINUE READING
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