The Timing Effects of Accent Production in Periodic Finger-Tapping Sequences.

@article{Billn1996TheTE,
  title={The Timing Effects of Accent Production in Periodic Finger-Tapping Sequences.},
  author={Margarita Bill{\'o}n and A. Semjen and George E. Stelmach},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={1996},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={198-210}
}
When subjects are required to produce short sequences of equally paced finger taps and to accentuate one of the taps, the interval preceding the forceful tap is shortened and the one that immediately follows the accent is lengthened. Assuming that the tapping movements are triggered by an internal clock, one explanation attributes the rnistiming of the taps to central factors: The momentary rate of the clock is accelerated or decelerated as a function of motor preparation to, respectively… CONTINUE READING

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