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https://doi.org/10.15516/cje.v26i1.5318

Repetitive Movement Timing of Preschool Children and Young Adults Assessed by the Wing- Kristofferson Model

Ivan Šerbetar ; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Teacher Education
Zdravko Petanjek ; University of Zagreb, School of Medicine
Predrag Zarevski ; University of Zagreb, Faculty of Teacher Education


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Synchronization of movement with the external pacing stimuli by use of finger tapping is a widely used paradigm for assessing the accuracy of timekeeping and repetitive motor timing. In the current study, developmental differences in repetitive movement timing between preschool children and young adults were assessed. The study showed that the length of the interresponse intervals (IRI) of children was significantly shorter than IRI’s of adults, and significantly more variable. The use of Wing-Kristofferson model allowed the separation of overall variability into motor and clock components. In both groups clock-related variability was larger than the motor-related one, and again, children variance components were both significantly higher than those of young adults. The observed differences in timing accuracy, detected at the central level, were explained in light of the development of cognitive processes, especially attention, but they are likely connected to the other motor control factors such as error correction and possible use of feedback.

Ključne riječi

age-related differences, motor timing, sensory-motor synchronisation, tapping, young children, W-K model

Hrčak ID:

316799

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/316799

Datum izdavanja:

28.3.2024.

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