The role of auditory and visual models in the production of bimanual tapping patterns

@article{Kennedy2012TheRO,
  title={The role of auditory and visual models in the production of bimanual tapping patterns},
  author={Deanna Kennedy and J. Boyle and Charles H. Shea},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={224},
  pages={507-518}
}
An experiment was designed to determine the effectiveness of auditory and visual models in the learning of a 2:3 bimanual tapping pattern. Participants were randomly assigned to an auditory model, visual model, auditory + visual model, or a control (visual metronome) group. The task for all groups was to tap a left side force transducer with the left hand and a right side force transducer with the right hand in attempt to produce the desired 2:3 bimanual coordination pattern. The auditory model… CONTINUE READING