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05 level 20 subjects 31 subjects abscissa Accent score Analysis of Grouping Analysis of Tapping arm tapping asked to tap beat blank subjects Broman derived from grouping distribution dots and crosses evenly spaced tones experiment finger tapping free tapping rates Free Tapping Test grand mean graph group whose duration grouping scores grouping unit in./sec integral multiple irregular responses kinds of tapping level of confidence mean rate noise was turned normal number of tones once per tone played preferred rate quantity rB=i rate became faster rate of tapping read from Figure recurring pattern regression coefficient derived regression line Response F scatter plot second tone Response Self-Ratings in Musicianship series rate session shown significantly correlated slower speed standard deviations stimulus subject heard subject taps once subject was asked Subjective Accent Test tap evenly tapped faster tapping scores tones per tap trials University of Illinois white noise