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Do Preferred Beat Rate and Entrainment to the Beat Have a Common Origin in Movement?

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Title: Do Preferred Beat Rate and Entrainment to the Beat Have a Common Origin in Movement?
Creators: Trainor, Laurel J.
Keywords: rhythm
perception
beat induction
entrainment
Issue Date: 2007-01
Publisher: Empirical Musicology Review
Citation: Empirical Musicology Review, v2 n1 (January 2007), 17-20
Abstract: The idea that beat induction derives from body movement is attractive, but until recently unequivocal empirical evidence of such a linkage has been elusive. Todd et al. (2007) provide evidence that individual differences in locomotion affect preferred beat rate, and Phillips-Silver & Trainor (2005, 2007, under review) show that metrical interpretation is affected by movement. These studies examine different aspects of rhythm processing, but together provide converging evidence for pervasive movement/auditory interactions.
ISSN: 1559-5749
Other Identifiers: EMR000021c
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/24480
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