Motor disorder and the timing of repetitive movements.


This paper is concerned with the timing of regular repetitive movements. The two-process model of Wing and Kristofferson attributes variability in self-paced interresponse intervals to imprecision in a timekeeper and to temporal noise in the execution of motor responses triggered by the timekeeper. Assuming independence of timekeeper intervals and motor… (More)


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@article{Wing1984MotorDA, title={Motor disorder and the timing of repetitive movements.}, author={Alan Wing and Shanna Keele and Drew Margolin}, journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences}, year={1984}, volume={423}, pages={183-92} }