Modality effects in the coding and reproduction of rhythms.

  title={Modality effects in the coding and reproduction of rhythms.},
  author={Arthur M. Glenberg and Steve Mann and L S Altman and Tyrone A Forman and S Procise},
  journal={Memory & cognition},
  volume={17 4},
The temporal coding assumption is that time of presentation is coded more accurately for auditory events than for visual events. This assumption has been used to explain the modality effect, in which recall of recent auditory events is superior to recall of recent visual events. We tested the temporal coding assumption by examining the coding and reproduction of quintessentially temporal stimuli-rhythms. The rhythms were produced by sequences of short and long auditory stimuli or short and long… CONTINUE READING

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