Perceiving rhythm where none exists

is subjective accenting of isochronous tone sequences a consequence of implicitly driven modulations of early auditory processes?

D. D. Potter, M. Fenwick, R. Brochard, D. Abecasis

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    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    Event32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society - Manchester, United Kingdom
    Duration: 13 Sep 200415 Sep 2004

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    Conference32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityManchester
    Period13/09/0415/09/04

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    Potter, D. D., Fenwick, M., Brochard, R., & Abecasis, D. (2004). Perceiving rhythm where none exists: is subjective accenting of isochronous tone sequences a consequence of implicitly driven modulations of early auditory processes?. Abstract from 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Manchester, United Kingdom.
    Potter, D. D. ; Fenwick, M. ; Brochard, R. ; Abecasis, D. / Perceiving rhythm where none exists : is subjective accenting of isochronous tone sequences a consequence of implicitly driven modulations of early auditory processes?. Abstract from 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Manchester, United Kingdom.
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    Potter, DD, Fenwick, M, Brochard, R & Abecasis, D 2004, 'Perceiving rhythm where none exists: is subjective accenting of isochronous tone sequences a consequence of implicitly driven modulations of early auditory processes?' 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Manchester, United Kingdom, 13/09/04 - 15/09/04, .

    Perceiving rhythm where none exists : is subjective accenting of isochronous tone sequences a consequence of implicitly driven modulations of early auditory processes? / Potter, D. D.; Fenwick, M.; Brochard, R.; Abecasis, D.

    2004. Abstract from 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Manchester, United Kingdom.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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    Potter DD, Fenwick M, Brochard R, Abecasis D. Perceiving rhythm where none exists: is subjective accenting of isochronous tone sequences a consequence of implicitly driven modulations of early auditory processes?. 2004. Abstract from 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Psychophysiology Society, Manchester, United Kingdom.