• Psychology
  • Published 2002

Tapping in Time: a Longitudinal Study at the Ages of Three to Five Years

@inproceedings{Malbrn2002TappingIT,
  title={Tapping in Time: a Longitudinal Study at the Ages of Three to Five Years},
  author={Silvia Malbr{\'a}n},
  year={2002}
}
This work shows the result of the tapping in time performances of nine children across three consecutive years: 1999, 2000 and 2001 at the ages of three, four and five years old, and belonging to two urban middle class kindergartens. Tapping with music implies synchrony. This kind of performance involves different tasks: tactus tracking of the musical fragment, flexibility and fluency in the tapping motion and the distribution of onsets in time. The current question is about the characteristics… CONTINUE READING