The time of our lives: life span development of timing and event tracking.

@article{McAuley2006TheTO,
  title={The time of our lives: life span development of timing and event tracking.},
  author={J. Devin McAuley and Mari Riess Jones and Shayla C. Holub and Heather Moynihan Johnston and Nathaniel S Miller},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. General},
  year={2006},
  volume={135 3},
  pages={348-67}
}
Life span developmental profiles were constructed for 305 participants (ages 4-95) for a battery of paced and unpaced perceptual-motor timing tasks that included synchronize-continue tapping at a wide range of target event rates. Two life span hypotheses, derived from an entrainment theory of timing and event tracking, were tested. A preferred period… CONTINUE READING