Timing precision in continuation and synchronization tapping.

  title={Timing precision in continuation and synchronization tapping.},
  author={A. Semjen and Hans Herbert Schulze and Dirk Vorberg},
  journal={Psychological research},
  volume={63 2},
Wing and Kristofferson (1973) have shown that temporal precision in self-paced tapping is limited by variability in a central timekeeper and by variability arising in the peripheral motor system. Here we test an extension of the Wing-Kristofferson model to synchronization with periodic external events that was proposed by Vorberg and Wing (1994). In addition to the timekeeper and motor components, a linear phase correction mechanism is assumed which is triggered by the last or the last two… CONTINUE READING

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