Modelling rhythmic function in a musician post-stroke

@article{Wilson2002ModellingRF,
  title={Modelling rhythmic function in a musician post-stroke},
  author={Sarah J Wilson and J. Pressing and R. Wales},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={40},
  pages={1494-1505}
}
The aim of this study was to model the components of rhythmic function in a case (H.J.) of acquired rhythmic disturbance. H.J. is a right-handed, amateur male musician who acquired arrhythmia in the context of a global amusia after sustaining a right temporoparietal infarct. His rhythmic disturbance was analysed in relation to three independent components using an autoregressive extension of Wing and Kristofferson's model of rhythmic timing. This revealed preserved error-correction and motor… Expand
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