Temporal coordination between actions and sound during sequence production.

@article{Pfordresher2007TemporalCB,
  title={Temporal coordination between actions and sound during sequence production.},
  author={Peter Q. Pfordresher and Brian Benitez},
  journal={Human movement science},
  year={2007},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={742-56}
}
Delayed auditory feedback (DAF) causes asynchronies between perception and action that disrupt sequence production. Different delay lengths cause differing amounts of disruption that may reflect the phase location of feedback onsets relative to produced inter-response intervals, or the absolute temporal separation between actions and sounds. Two experiments addressed this issue by comparing the effects of traditional DAF, which uses a constant temporal separation, with delays that adjust… CONTINUE READING