The formation of rhythmic categories and metric priming.

@article{Desain2003TheFO,
  title={The formation of rhythmic categories and metric priming.},
  author={Peter Desain and Henkjan Honing},
  journal={Perception},
  year={2003},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={341-65}
}
Two experiments on categorical rhythm perception are reported, the object of which was to investigate how listeners perceive discrete rhythmic categories while listening to rhythms performed on a continuous time scale. This is studied by considering the space of all temporal patterns (all possible rhythms made up of three intervals) and how they, in perception, are partitioned into categories, ie where the boundaries of these categories are located. This process of categorisation is formalised… CONTINUE READING

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