EEG-Tapping Subdivisions

Project: Research

  • Univ Pompeu Fabra, Pompeu Fabra University
See relations at Aarhus University

Description

Participants (musicians and non-musicians) had to tap to the beat of four distinct subdivisions (duplets, triplets quadruplets and quintuplets) while their EEG was recorded. The motor conditions were compared to "just-listening" conditions.

Key findings

The neural entrainment (EEG) to finger-tapping to the beat of distinct subdivisions can differentiate whether participants pursued formal training in music.

Layman's description

Studying music could modify motor and neural synchronization to periodic auditory rhyhms
StatusActive
Effective start/end date01/02/201901/02/2021

    Research areas

  • EEG, rhythm processing, motor tapping, music

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