Steady-state evoked potentials distinguish brain mechanisms of self-paced versus synchronization finger tapping.

@article{Pretto2018SteadystateEP,
  title={Steady-state evoked potentials distinguish brain mechanisms of self-paced versus synchronization finger tapping.},
  author={Michael De Pretto and M. Deiber and Clara E. James},
  journal={Human movement science},
  year={2018},
  volume={61},
  pages={
          151-166
        }
}
Sensorimotor synchronization (SMS) requires aligning motor actions to external events and represents a core part of both musical and dance performances. In the current study, to isolate the brain mechanisms involved in synchronizing finger tapping with a musical beat, we compared SMS to pure self-paced finger tapping and listen-only conditions at different tempi. We analyzed EEG data using frequency domain steady-state evoked potentials (SSEPs) to identify sustained electrophysiological brain… Expand

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