Synchronization in a goal-directed task: Human movement coordination with each other and robotic partners

@article{Lorenz2011SynchronizationIA,
  title={Synchronization in a goal-directed task: Human movement coordination with each other and robotic partners},
  author={Tamara Lorenz and Alexander Mortl and Bj{\"o}rn N. S. Vlaskamp and Anna Schub{\"o} and Sandra Hirche},
  journal={2011 RO-MAN},
  year={2011},
  pages={198-203}
}
Synchronization occurs frequently in human behaviour: Everybody has experienced that in a group of people walking pace tends to equalize. The phenomenon of synchrony has been established in the literature in tasks which have little in common with daily life such as pendulum swinging and chair rocking. We extend the knowledge about human movement synchronization by showing that it also occurs during goal-directed actions. In a first experiment, we investigate how synchrony emerges develops over… CONTINUE READING

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