Effects of practice on variability in an isochronous serial interval production task: asymptotical levels of tapping variability after training are similar to those of musicians.

@article{Madison2013EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of practice on variability in an isochronous serial interval production task: asymptotical levels of tapping variability after training are similar to those of musicians.},
  author={Guy Madison and Olympia Karampela and Fredrik Ull{\'e}n and Linus Holm},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2013},
  volume={143 1},
  pages={119-28}
}
Timing permeates everyday activities such as walking, dancing and music, yet the effect of short-term practice in this ubiquitous activity is largely unknown. In two training experiments involving sessions spread across several days, we examined short-term practice effects on timing variability in a sequential interval production task. In Experiment 1, we varied the mode of response (e.g., drumstick and finger tapping) and the level of sensory feedback. In Experiment 2 we varied the interval in… CONTINUE READING

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