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What is entrainment ? definition and applications in musical research.

Clayton, Martin (2012) 'What is entrainment ? definition and applications in musical research.', Empirical musicology review., 7 (1-2). pp. 49-56.

Abstract

Entrainment theory describes the process of interaction between independent rhythmical processes. This paper defines entrainment in this general sense, then briefly explores its significance for human behaviour, and for music-making in particular. The final section outlines a research method suitable for studies of entrainment in inter-personal coordination, and with reference to published studies suggests that the study of musical entrainment can be a source of rich insight also for the study of human social interactions and their meanings.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Dynamic attending, Neuronal oscillators, Recursiveness, Interaction.
Full text:PDF - Published Version (249Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/1811/52979/EMR000137a-Clayton.pdf
Record Created:19 Oct 2012 13:20
Last Modified:23 Oct 2012 10:50

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