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In two experiments, the empirical parsing of melodies was compared with predictions derived from four grouping preference rules of A Generative Theory of Tonal Music.
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The escalation of research in both the psychology of music and the psychology of aging has led to a natural convergence on a new shared domain, that of psychogeromusicology. The present volume of Psychomusicology represents different views of this domain: melodic memory, rhythmic processes, neurophy...
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Tested among 18 musicians, the psychological relevance of the musicians' concept of tonality from Preludes of J. S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier.
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36 1st- and 36 4th-yr undergraduates of 2 levels of experience with a complex environment estimated distances between all pairs of 7 locations drawn from 1 of 3 contexts varying in relative salience of the vertical over the horizontal plane. Subsequently, Ss provided ratings of their extent of use o...
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In 3 experiments, 34 musically trained and 34 untrained adults listened to 3 repetitions of a 5-note melodic sequence followed by a final melody with either the same tune as those preceding it or differing in 1 position by 1 semitone.
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Discusses the potential of the Commodore Amiga as a digital synthesizer for research and demonstration in psychoacoustics and memory. Economy, ease of use, flexibility, portability, and accuracy outweigh disadvantages of narrow bandwidth, narrow dynamic range, and storage limitations for many applic...
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Investigated the perception of microtonal scales in a melodic identification task.
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Three experiments tested the recognition of transposed 3-tone melodies in a standard 2-alternative forced-choice psychophysical paradigm. Melodies were tested alone or embedded in 1 of 3 types of contexts that varied in degree of conformity to the rules of diatonicism and cadential ending. Results, ...
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Addresses the question of what contribution music makes to the emotional aspects of film.
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