I am pleased to be able to announce the publication of a special issue of Psychological Research
which is the result of the 8th Rhythm Perception and Production Workshop (http://www.rppw.org) held in August 2000 in the UK.
"Editorial. Topics in rhythm perception and production " by Alan Wing and Neil Todd.
"Tracking simple and complex sequences" by Edward W. Large, Philip Fink, and J. A. Scott Kelso. Florida Atlantic University, USA.
"Finding downbeats with a relaxation oscillator" by Douglas Eck, IDSIA, Switzerland.
"A sensorimotor theory of temporal tracking and beat induction" by Neil P. McAngus Todd, Christopher S. Lee and Donald J. O'Boyle. University of Manchester, UK
"Self-induced versus reactive triggering of synchronous movements: A comparative study with a deafferented patient" Prisca Stenneken, Gisa Aschersleben, Jonathan Cole, and Wolfgang Prinz. Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research, Munich, Germany.
"Impact of metrical structure on performance stability in bimanual 1:3 tapping" by Andras Semjen & Piet G. Vos. University of Nijmegan, Netherlands & CNRS, France.
"The contribution of tactile reafferences to increased temporal regularity during bimanual finger tapping" by Knut Drewing, Mareike Hennings and Gisa Aschersleben. Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research, Munich, Germany.
"Effects of delayed auditory feedback on timing of music performance" by Peter Q Pfordresher and Caroline Palmer. Ohio State University, USA.
"The role of practice and automaticity in temporal and nontemporal dual-task performance" by Scott W. Brown and Elizabeth D. Bennett. University of Southern Maine, USA.
Details of the special issue may be obtained at http://link.springer.de/link/service/journals/00426/contents/tfirst.htm.