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Tap harder: Cognitive abilities, subjective factors, and musical properties that predict tapping force in young and older adults
Research examining movement to music typically examines dance, or the less demanding task of finger-tapping along to a rhythm. Previous studies have focused on timing accuracy of finger-taps, largely neglecting the force aspect of tapping, which is both important for understanding rhythmic movement, and relevant to clinical applications. In two experiments on healthy young and older adults, we examined the role of i) cognition, ii) subjective factors, and iii) properties of music that influencedoi:10.31234/osf.io/hjdpr fatcat:q22mu6iltzdajkcnm6gobh2cnu