Refinement of metre perception – training increases hierarchical metre processing

Authors

  • Eveline Geiser,

  • Pascale Sandmann,

  • Lutz Jäncke,

  • Martin Meyer

Errata

This article corrects:

  1. Refinement of metre perception – training increases hierarchical metre processing Volume 32, Issue 11, 1979–1985, Article first published online: 3 November 2010

In the published manuscript of Geiser et al. (2010) an error occurred in Fig. 2. The condition names presented in Fig. 2 were incorrect. The correct Fig. 2 is indicated below. The authors apologize for the error and any inconvenience caused.

Figure 2.

 Grand averages of the MMNs recorded in musically untrained individuals (above) and trained percussionists (below). Averages of the evoked responses to standards (blue line) and deviants (red line) are shown for a frontal electrode site (channel Fz). In addition, difference waves are given for a frontal channel (Fz; black solid line) and a mastoid channel (TP9; black dotted line). Topographies at the MMN peak maximum are illustrated for each group of participants and for each type of deviant. Difference waves were computed by subtracting the responses evoked by standards from responses evoked by deviants.

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