The subdivision benefit in the brain: Beat subdivisions and musical training explain differences in neural entrainment and tapping performance

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  1. Juan M. Toro
  2. Peter Vuust

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The subdivision benefit refers to an improvement in tapping accuracy when an isochronous beat is divided into equal intervals. However, it remains unclear if the subdivision benefit (i) is an emergent property of the neural system, (ii) depends on the kind of subdivision, and (iii) relates to formal training in music. We assessed the EEG responses of 31 participants (16 musicians) in the frequency...

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