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Postdoctoral fellow Sarah Sauvé recommends “Individual differences in rhythmic cortical entrainment correlate with predictive behavior in sensorimotor synchronization” by Sylvie Nozaradan, Isabelle Peret, and Peter E. Keller, published in Nature Scientific Reports in 2016. Sarah and Finn interview Dr. Nozaradan about the measures of metrical perception and rhythm production, entrainment to difficult stimuli, and what these results imply for a replication study conducted with older participants.

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  • [0:00:10] Intro with Sarah
  • [0:09:41] Interview: Where this study comes from
  • [0:14:25] Interview: Challenging stimuli
  • [0:22:09] Interview: Older listeners replication
  • [0:26:43] Interview: Task 3, metrical prediction
  • [0:38:25] Interview: Implications for everyday musical experiences
  • [0:44:43] Closing debrief
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Questions, comments, and article recommendations are always welcome! Get in touch here, through the contact page, or on twitter, or email the producer directly: finn at sostrangely.com

Credits

The So Strangely Podcast is produced by Finn Upham, 2019. The closing music includes a sample of Diana Deutsch’s Speech-Song Illusion sound demo 1.

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