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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