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We examine how individuals who are congenitally or early blind (CEB), as compared with sighted individuals, associate musical parameters with nonauditory domains. Exp1 (modeled after ) investigated how participants associate pitch direction, loudness change and tempo change with motion features....
This brief introduction precedes translations from the French of two classic articles on sensorimotor synchronization: and . It points out how these pioneering but often overlooked studies anticipated findings of more recent research reported in Anglophone journals.
In a series of experiments, we (found the following) : (a) Establishment of synchronization of taps with sounds presented as a sequence or as a rhythm, when the subject must start tapping with the first sound, is very rapid. From the third stimulus (or the third cycle in the case of a simple...
Most researchers measure absolute pitch (AP) using note-naming tasks that presume expertise with the scales of Western music. If note naming constitutes the only measure, then by fiat, only trained musicians can possess AP. Here we report on an AP test that does not require a note-naming...
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