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Bharat Bharat
Dimitra Dimopoulos

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H1: Rhythmic complexity and preferred tempo would be inversely correlated (people prefer complex rhythmic patterns to be played more slowly, or vice versa). Additionally, participants are expected to demonstrate an anchoring effect, irrespective of complexity.

H2: Participants will prefer a faster tempo for patterns that start extremely fast than patterns that start extremely slow.

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Presented as part of the 2019 USFSP Undergraduate Research Symposium held April 16, 2019.

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Rhythmic Complexity and Preference for Tempo

H1: Rhythmic complexity and preferred tempo would be inversely correlated (people prefer complex rhythmic patterns to be played more slowly, or vice versa). Additionally, participants are expected to demonstrate an anchoring effect, irrespective of complexity.

H2: Participants will prefer a faster tempo for patterns that start extremely fast than patterns that start extremely slow.