Beat synchronization across the lifespan: intersection of development and musical experience

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Thompson, Elaine C.; White-Schwoch, Travis; Tierney, Adam; Kraus, Nina;
(2015)

Rhythmic entrainment, or beat synchronization, provides an opportunity to understand how multiple systems operate together to integrate sensory-motor information. Also, synchronization is an essential component of musical performance that may be enhanced through musical... View more
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