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The effects of motor characteristics on auditory perception of self-generated sound

 

Encadrant :     Takayuki ITO

École doctorale : Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Multidisciplinary Sciences, Life Sciences (University Tokyo)

Spécialité : Life science in department of Multidisciplinaly Sciences (Université Tokyo)

Structure de rattachement : Autre

Établissement d'origine : Université de Tokyo

Financement(s) : bourse attribuée par un gouvernement étranger ; bourse attribuée par un gouvernement étranger

 

Date d'entrée en thèse : 01/04/2018

Date de soutenance : 18/01/2022

 

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Résumé : This thesis focused on the auditory processing of the sound generated by own movement (self-generated sound). The thesis examined how the motor characteristics affect the auditory processing of self-generated sound by investigating three motor tasks: finger movement with fine force control, finger movement in different external environment, and adaptive walking. The results indicated that motor characteristics play a key role in auditory-motor interaction for the processing of self-generated sound.


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