RPPW10: overview of contributions
abstractNozomi Azechi   Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star in Japanese and in English: The influence of mother tongue on young children's musical behaviour
abstractJohn Bispham & Ian Cross   Homo sapiens sapiens: The rhythmic species?!?
abstractYann Cojan   Processes involved in finger tapping task : a behavioural and electrophysiological study
abstractNick Collins & Ian Cross presentation (.pdf) Beat tracking and reaction time
abstractAndrei Covaciu-Pogorilowski presentation (.pdf) The perceptual notation of musical time
abstractFred Cummins & Juraj Simko presentation (.pdf) Repetitive synchronous imitation as a tool for investigating speech timing
abstractSofia Dahl & Guy Madison presentation (.pdf) Comparing perception and production of continuous tempo change
abstractMark Delaere   The polytopic clockwork. Tempo relationships and metric modulation in contemporary music
abstractPeter Desain, Luke Windsor & Amandine Penel   Dissecting expression into structural components.
abstractDouglas Eck   Autocorrelation and meter
abstractTimo Fischer & Manfred Nusseck   Anticipatory timing precision in synchronization tapping: A matter of attention
abstractMarek Franek   Memory interference affects precision of tempo doubling and halving
abstractRolf Inge Godøy   Gesture-units and coarticulated rhythmical chunks
abstractFabien Gouyon, Gerhard Widmer & Xavier Serra   Acoustic cues to beat induction: A machine learning perspective
abstractSimon Grondin, Marilyn Plourde & Martin Roy presentation (.ppt) Discrimination of time intervals presented in sequences marked by auditory signals delivered from different spatial sources
abstractDietmar Grube   Influences of working memory and expert knowledge on immediate reproduction of metric and nonmetric rhythm patterns
abstractAnne Guillaume, Marie Rivenez, Lionel Pellieux, Claude Blancard, Véronique Chastres & Carolyn Drake   Role of rhythmic structure in the identification of environmental sounds
abstractTommi Himberg   Cognitive foundation of musical interaction – Exploring cooperative tapping
abstractHenkjan Honing paper (.pdf) Does the timing sound right to you?
abstractPeter Howell   Some tests of the EXPLAN account of serial speech performance.
abstractPeter Keller, Iring Koch   The planning and execution of short auditory sequences
abstractRalf Krampe   Timing and dual-task performance: The effects of age and skill
abstractJacques LaRue   Evidence of two separated processes in the production of hand/foot simultaneous responses
abstractNyssim Lefford presentation (.ppt) The structure, perception and generation of musical patterns
abstractMarc Leman   Attuning and empathy with music – corporeal understanding of musical intentions
abstractKevin Lucas, Hui-Ya Chen & Alan M. Wing   Classification of responses to metronome phase shift during synchronized stepping
abstractGeoff Luck & Petri Toiviainen   Expert ensemble musicians’ synchronization with expert conductors’ gestures
abstractGuy Madison   Human sensorimotor tracking across a wide range of temporal intervals and local perturbations of these intervals
abstractFernando Martin-Pastor   ‘Composing with time and sets’: E. Carter’s Riconoscenza per Goffredo Petrassi
abstractJoão Martins & Eduardo R. Miranda   Societies of rhythmic agents: The synchronization problem and neural representation of rhythm
abstractCarolyn McGettigan   Adaptation to noise-vocoded speech – The role of rhythm
abstractMartin McKinney & Dirk Moelants   Ambiguity in tempo perception: What draws listeners to different metrical levels?
abstractRyota Miyauchi & Yoshitaka Nakajima presentation (.pdf) The category of 1:1 ratio caused by assimilations of two neighbouring empty time intervals
abstractYoshitaka Nakajima, Wang He, Kazuo Ueda & Takayuki Sasaki   Perceptual organization of onsets and offsets in speech
abstractTakayuki Nakata, Sandra E. Trehub, Chisato Mitani, Yukihiko Kanda, Hidetaka Kumagami, Kenji Takasaki & Haruo Takahashi presentation (.ppt) Good rhythm production by deaf children with cochlear implants
abstractChristiane Neuhaus & Thomas R. Knösche poster (.doc) Rhythmic and melodic Gestalt processing in non-musicians measured with ERP (event-related brain potentials)
abstractSile O’Modhrain   Movement-based interaction with hand held devices
abstractDaniel Oberfeld poster (.pdf) Effects of rhythmic attention on perceptual weights in multiple observation tasks
abstractKatie Overy   Developing auditory and motor musical timing tests for young children
abstractGeorge Papadelis   Comparative analysis for category goodness-rating vs.discrimination sensitivity of musical rhythm patterns using Signal Detection Theory
abstractAmandine Penel, Christopher A. Hollweg & Carlos D. Brody presentation (.ppt) Development of a visuospatial representation method and evidence for rhythmic categorical perception
abstractPeter Pfordresher & Brian Benitez presentation (.pdf) Timing relationships between actions and sound in music performance
abstractJonathan Platkiewicz   Extending the Haken Kelso Bunz model at the collective level, focussing on the phenomenon of rhythmic applause
abstractEdita Poljac, Peter Desain & Harold Bekkering   The benefit of task rhythm for switching and interruption performance
abstractHugo Quené   On the Just Noticeable Difference for tempo in speech
abstractSam Rédelé   The impact of timing variations on perceived basic emotions
abstractBruno Repp   Does an auditory distractor sequence affect self-paced tapping?
abstractMakiko Sadakata & Peter Desain presentation (.ppt) Cross-cultural study of rhythm perception and production
abstractHans-Henning Schulze presentation (.ppt) Detectability of uneven rhythms
abstractSophie Scott, Hideki Takaso & Richard Wise   PET studies of speech production – roles for auditory cortex in the control of timing and delayed auditory feedback
abstractNatalia Skvortsova   A statistic model of the distribution of rhythmic segments in the Tofalar traditional songs
abstractJoel S. Snyder, Erin E. Hannon, Edward W. Large & Morten H. Christiansen presentation (.ppt) Synchronization and continuation tapping to complex meters
abstractFrederik Styns, Leon van Noorden, Marc Leman & Dirk Moelants   Measuring embodied musical movement
abstractJeffery Summers, Sabrina Maeder & Cynthia Hiraga presentation (.ppt) Coordination dynamics and attentional costs of continuous and discontinuous
abstractGert ten Hoopen, Takayuki Sasaki & Yoshitaka Nakajima   Time-shrinking and categorical temporal ratio perception: Evidence for a 1:1 temporal category.
abstractNeil Todd   On the neurobiology of beat induction: sensorimotor and drive mechanisms
abstractMartine Turgeon, Lawrence Taylor & Alan Wing presentation (.ppt) An exploration of timing abilities from nineteen to ninety
abstractJan Vandenheede   New practical means that may help in dealing with very difficult rhythms.
abstractAnja Volk   Describing the interactions between rhythmic motives and their metrical context
abstractDirk Vorberg presentation (.pdf) Synchronization in duet performance
abstractCarl H. Waadeland presentation (.ppt) Spectral properties of rhythm performance
abstractAlan Wing   Subdivision of the beat