Comparative Examination of Audio-Visual Rhythmic Processing in Birds and Humans.

Hagmann, Carl.
2017-04-24T15:10:05.968Z

Abstract: Rhythms occur in nature in multiple sensory modalities and across variable time scales. Humans most commonly conceive of rhythms as occurring in the auditory modality, but we are sensitive to visual rhythms as well. Recent studies have found that auditory and motor networks in the brains of vocal learning animals are tightly connected (Patel, 2008). Such connectivity may enable the proce... read more

Subjects
Tufts University. Department of Psychology.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/012180
ID: tufts:21918
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