Spontaneous motor tempo and rhythmical synchronisation in 2 1⁄2-and 4-year-old children

@inproceedings{Provasi2003SpontaneousMT,
  title={Spontaneous motor tempo and rhythmical synchronisation in 2 1⁄2-and 4-year-old children},
  author={Jo{\"e}lle Provasi and Anne Bobin-B{\`e}gue},
  year={2003}
}
Spontaneous motor tempo and rhythmical synchronisation were studied in 21⁄2to 4-year-old children. Children were tested in three sessions, each of which included three consecutive tasks: first, spontaneous manual tapping tempo, second, synchronisation to external tempo, followed by spontaneous manual tapping tempo again. Results showed that regular spontaneous manual tapping tempo could be observed in children as young as 21⁄2 years. Moreover, children could slow down their tap rhythm when the… CONTINUE READING