Short- and long-term correlations in repetitive movements

Abstract

Time is ubiquitous in most of human daily activities. Over several decades, research has focused on the capacity to produce regularly timed movements (such as walking or chewing) or to synchronize a motor response with a sensory event (such as in dancing or ensemble music production). However, our knowledge of the temporal mechanisms underlying such… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10339-009-0318-3

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