The critical events for motor-sensory temporal recalibration

@inproceedings{Arnold2012TheCE,
  title={The critical events for motor-sensory temporal recalibration},
  author={Derek Henry Arnold and Kathleen Nancarrow and Kielan Yarrow},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2012}
}
Determining if we, or another agent, were responsible for a sensory event can require an accurate sense of timing. Our sense of appropriate timing relationships must, however, be malleable as there is a variable delay between the physical timing of an event and when sensory signals concerning that event are encoded in the brain. One dramatic demonstration of such malleability involves having people repeatedly press a button thereby causing a beep. If a delay is inserted between button presses… CONTINUE READING
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