Musical synchronization data under dTMS stimulation (Sham, dPMC, IPS)
datasetposted on 04.02.2020 by Renee Timmers, Jennifer MacRitchie, Siobhan Schabrun, Tribikram Thapa, Manuel Varlet, Peter Keller
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Full data is provided as well as aggregated data used for data analysis. The data relates to synchronization inaccuracy of a target note under three dTMS conditions (sham, right dorsal premotor cortex, and right intraparietal sulcus stimulation). Participants are musicians of different levels of piano expertise (non-pianists, amateur pianists, semi-professional pianists, and professional pianists). Participants synchronized with a pre-recorded co-performer, whose performances were presented as audio-only stimuli, audio-video or audio-animation stimuli. Target notes had either a short or long rhythmic duration.
Ethics approval from Western Sydney University Human Research Ethics Committee (H9990).
Psychological and neurophysiological mechanisms underlying human interaction in musical contexts
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