Variability in isochronous tapping: higher order dependencies as a function of intertap interval.

@article{Madison2001VariabilityII,
  title={Variability in isochronous tapping: higher order dependencies as a function of intertap interval.},
  author={Guy Madison},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2001},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={411-22}
}
  • Guy Madison
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    Journal of experimental psychology. Human…
Isochronous serial interval production (ISIP) data, as from unpaced finger tapping, exhibit higher order dependencies (drift). This fact has largely been ignored by the timing literature, one reason probably being that influential timing models assume random variability. Men and women, 22-36 years old, performed a synchronization-continuation task with intertap intervals (ITI) from 0.4 s to 2.2 s. ISIP variability was partitioned into components attributable to drift and 1st-order serial… CONTINUE READING
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