The Bayesian way to relate rhythm perception and production
Sadakata, M.; Desain, P.W.M.; Honing, H.J.;
Measurement of the perception and production of simple rhythmic patterns have been shown not to be in line in some cases. In this study it is demonstrated that a Bayesian approach provides a new way of understanding this difference, by formalizing the perceptual competi... View more
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