Data from: Midbrain adaptation may set the stage for the perception of musical beat

Vani Gurusamy Rajendran, Nicol S. Harper, Jose Alberto Garcia-Lazaro, Nicholas A. Lesica, Jan W.H. Schnupp & Jan W. H. Schnupp
The ability to spontaneously feel a beat in music is a phenomenon widely believed to be unique to humans. Though beat perception involves the coordinated engagement of sensory, motor, and cognitive processes in humans, the contribution of low-level auditory processing to the activation of these networks in a beat-specific manner is poorly understood. Here, we present evidence from a rodent model that midbrain pre-processing of sounds may already be shaping where the beat is ultimately...
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