Oral presentation Neuroscience focus| Volume 93, ISSUE 10, e3, October 2012

Article 2 (NIDRR) Differential Recruitment of Listening Strategies for Auditory Rhythms in Parkinson Disease

      Impaired generation of an internal rhythm (or ‘beat') is hypothesized to underlie the irregular timing of gait and speech in Parkinson disease (PD; Freeman, Cody & Schady, 1993). Here, we test this hypothesis by determining whether individuals with PD favor a non-beat, as opposed to beat-based, listening strategy for auditory rhythms compared to controls.

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