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Models of cognitive tasks are useful because of their explanatory power and the capacity to predict other phenomena for which data have not been collected. The purpose of this article is to explore how a typical listener might process and mentally represent tonal music. The music recognition...
This study compared the effects of audio-taped recordings of atonal music and text (spoken text alone, text spoken over piano accompaniment, text sung with piano accompaniment, or piano accompaniment alone), musical training (music major, nonmajor), and gender on ratings of affective response,...
A review of electrophysiological studies of the perceptual processing of tone sequences supports the view that attention modifies auditory input at the earliest stages of cortical processing, well before auditory information reaches cortical regions of higher cognitive processing. Attentional...
The optimal complexity and preference-feedback hypotheses make specific predictions about the effects of stimulus familiarity and subjective complexity on liking for music excerpts. This study investigates the relationships between each of these three variables within the same experimental...
This experiment examined the perception of scale degrees in melodies. Four sets of seven-tone diatonic melodies were composed in which one of six scale degrees was located in position 4, embedded within one of four possible immediate melodic contexts. Tones 2 and 6 were selected to make the...
Timbre similarity judgments were collected from two groups of musicians, one with training in Javanese gamelan music (the gamelan group), and one without training in Javanese gamelan (the western group), to examine whether differences in timbre perception were evident when adults trained in...
Reliability measures have been reported in a variety of studies using the Continuous Response Digital Interface (CRDI) and are summarized and discussed within the context of real-time data collection. Reports of input stability, test-retest measures, inter-observer reliability, and comparisons...
There are numerous obstacles a researcher confronts when attempting to design a more realistic study of music perception. The purpose of this paper is to explore the challenge of ecological validity in perceptual research design. The paper will focus on three elements central to ecological...
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