Temporal coordination and adaptation to rate change in music performance.

@article{Loehr2011TemporalCA,
  title={Temporal coordination and adaptation to rate change in music performance.},
  author={Janeen D. Loehr and Edward W. Large and Caroline Palmer},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2011},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={
          1292-309
        }
}
People often coordinate their actions with sequences that exhibit temporal variability and unfold at multiple periodicities. We compared oscillator- and timekeeper-based accounts of temporal coordination by examining musicians' coordination of rhythmic musical sequences with a metronome that gradually changed rate at the end of a musical phrase (Experiment 1) or at the beginning of a phrase (Experiment 2). The rhythms contained events that occurred at the same periodic rate as the metronome and… CONTINUE READING

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