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The special volume of Psychomusicology: Music, Mind& Brain (PMMB) takes its inspiration from the AIRS (Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing) Major Collaborative Research Initiative, which is generously supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). Alt...
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The present special issue of Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain entitled “Jazz Improvisation: Cognitive Perspectives” stems from a conference on “The Improvising Brain” held in 2013 at Georgia State University. The featured articles represent one of the first, if not the first, collec...
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Describes an adaptation of the first stages of Y. Oura and K. Eguchi's (1981) technique for training absolute pitch in preschoolers to 8 North American Ss (aged 2 yrs 10 mo to 4 yrs 11 mo) and 4 adults (aged 22-27 yrs). Most children and all adults mastered a transposed chord discrimination tas...
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As part of a major collaborative research initiative, Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing (AIRS), we developed a protocol for obtaining audiovisual information reflecting aspects of the ability to sing. We also developed a digital library prototype, the Children's International Medi...
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Examined the listener-viewer's use of semantic and formal audiovisual information.
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Examined the development of sensitivity to 2 musical relations significant in Western tonal music, the semitone and diatonic structure, in 2 experiments with 30 preschoolers (aged 4.2-5.9 yrs) and 40 infants (aged 9.1-11 mo). Ss were tested for their detection of a semitone change in any position of...
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Star wars, music, and myth / James Buhler -- Richard Wagner and the fantasy of cinematic unity : the idea of the Gesamtkunstwerk in the history and theory of film music / Scott D. Paulin -- Leitmotifs and musical reference in the classical film score / Justin London -- Songlines : alternative journe...
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Thirty-six different binaural noises were formed by crossing six right-ear intensities of a broadband noise with the same six intensities in the left ear in a 6?X?6 factorial design. Children (6-7 years of age) and adults were presented with 2 of these 36 binaural noises on a trial and asked to indi...
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