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  1. A Dynamical, Radically Embodied, and Ecological Theory of Rhythm Development.Parker Tichko, Ji Chul Kim & Edward W. Large - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Musical rhythm abilities—the perception of and coordinated action to the rhythmic structure of music—undergo remarkable change over human development. In the current paper, we introduce a theoretical framework for modeling the development of musical rhythm. The framework, based on Neural Resonance Theory, explains rhythm development in terms of resonance and attunement, which are formalized using a general theory that includes non-linear resonance and Hebbian plasticity. First, we review the developmental literature on musical rhythm, highlighting several developmental processes related to rhythm (...)
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  • Collective Rhythm as an Emergent Property During Human Social Coordination.Arodi Farrera & Gabriel Ramos-Fernández - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    The literature on social interactions has shown that participants coordinate not only at the behavioral but also at the physiological and neural levels, and that this coordination gives a temporal structure to the individual and social dynamics. However, it has not been fully explored whether such temporal patterns emerge during interpersonal coordination beyond dyads, whether this phenomenon arises from complex cognitive mechanisms or from relatively simple rules of behavior, or which are the sociocultural processes that underlie this phenomenon. We review (...)
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  • Spontaneous Production Rates in Music and Speech.Peter Q. Pfordresher, Emma B. Greenspon, Amy L. Friedman & Caroline Palmer - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Individuals typically produce auditory sequences, such as speech or music, at a consistent spontaneous rate or tempo. We addressed whether spontaneous rates would show patterns of convergence across the domains of music and language production when the same participants spoke sentences and performed melodic phrases on a piano. Although timing plays a critical role in both domains, different communicative and motor constraints apply in each case and so it is not clear whether music and speech would display similar timing mechanisms. (...)
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  • Differential Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Depending on Previous Musical Training.Ana Sánchez-Kuhn, Cristian Pérez-Fernández, Margarita Moreno, Pilar Flores & Fernando Sánchez-Santed - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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  • Physiological and Behavioral Factors in Musicians’ Performance Tempo.Shannon E. Wright & Caroline Palmer - 2020 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 14.