2015
DOI: 10.1037/xhp0000085
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Auditory and motor contributions to the timing of melodies under cognitive load.

Abstract: Current theoretical models and empirical research suggest that sensorimotor control and feedback processes may guide time perception and production. In the current study, we investigated the role of motor control and auditory feedback in an interval-production task performed under heightened cognitive load. We hypothesized that general associative learning mechanisms enable the calibration of time against patterns of dynamic change in motor control processes and auditory feedback information. In Experiment 1, … Show more

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“…In the experiments, we asked participants—musical novices (Maes et al, 2015a ) and professional cellists (Maes et al, 2015b )—to perform melodies consisting of equally spaced notes at a specific target tempo (synchronization-continuation task) while performing an additional cognitive task (cf. dual-task interference paradigm).…”
Section: Music Performancementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In the experiments, we asked participants—musical novices (Maes et al, 2015a ) and professional cellists (Maes et al, 2015b )—to perform melodies consisting of equally spaced notes at a specific target tempo (synchronization-continuation task) while performing an additional cognitive task (cf. dual-task interference paradigm).…”
Section: Music Performancementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additionally, participants were generally less accurate—i.e., further apart from the target tempo—when no arm movements were allowed. In this context, Maes et al ( 2015a ) investigated the role of self-generated auditory feedback. It was found that participants—in particular when no additional load was present—were better able to keep the target tempo in the continuation phase when key taps produced tones that filled the complete duration of the interval, compared to when tones were short.…”
Section: Music Performancementioning
confidence: 99%
“…In other words, period synchronization allows time to be calibrated against a repeated motor pattern (cf. Maes et al, 2015 discussed further in this article). Correspondingly, the brain may use this time information to optimize spatio-dynamic motor control.…”
Section: Modification By Musical Biofeedbackmentioning
confidence: 72%
“…To test this idea, we conducted an experiment using a finger-tapping paradigm (Maes et al, 2015). Participants were instructed to perform on a typical synchronization-continuation task.…”
Section: Modification By Musical Biofeedbackmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Behaviorally, music has been linked to rhythmic entrainment, suggesting that faster music can also drive faster temporal behavior when under cognitive load (Maes, Giacofci, & Leman, 2015). However, louder sounds have been linked to task distraction and particularly linked to issues with reading comprehension (Thompson, Schellenberg, & Letnic, 2012).…”
Section: The Environment and Anxietymentioning
confidence: 99%