Music vs. Metronome: Synchronization of Naturalistic-Voluntary Movements in Younger and Older Adults

  1. Dawn Rose
  2. Lucy Annett
  3. Peter Lovatt

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Category: Communication

Description: Talk presented at the 15e Journée Scientifique des Jeunes Chercheurs (University of Lille).


A captivating property of music is to generate the desire to move. Over the last two decades, finger-tapping tasks have been extensively used in laboratory settings to portray a broad picture of the mechanisms underlying musically-synchronized behaviours (Drake et al., 2000). However, a methodological disconnection exists between (a) academic studies of motor timing that use finger-tapping paradig...


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