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Cognition of Musical Rhythm
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    1. Group project: Write as much as possible of the structured abstract report. Sections 1 and 2 should be easy to fill-in now. Decide how the work will be divided between group members. Remember that each student should contribute equally … Continue reading

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    Musical Rhythms, Memory, and Human Expression Ryan Davis, Angie Fuentes, and Kyle Yoder Yale University, Cognition of Musical Rhythm, Virtual Lab   1. BACKGROUND AND AIMS 1.1  Introduction The emotional properties of music, long recognized by music theorists, composers, and … Continue reading

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    The specific focus of my individual project is to determine whether the known effects of music therapy on dyslexia in children are results of merely improved timing skills or of learning music as a topic area in general.  To determine … Continue reading

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    Agreement in Musical Experts Identification of Beat Levels and their Salience Schroeder, J., Simmons, G. Yale University, Cognition of Musical Rhythm, Virtual Lab 1. BACKGROUND AND AIMS 1.1  Introduction This experiment aimed to look at the salience of beat (or … Continue reading

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    Today was our last regular class meeting. I will be available for online and email feedback as well as for individual meetings throughout the Reading period and until our scheduled Final exam period (Wednesday, December 17 @ 9:00 AM). Please … Continue reading

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    Instructions are found below and can be downloaded here. Goal: Deliver a substantial and effective presentation of your research project to a (mock) panel of judges from a major funding agency on Wednesday, December 17, 9:00 AM (SKL 408). Individual … Continue reading

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    Here are a few sample structured abstracts from students group projects in previous semesters: – Acevedo, Lettie, Parnes, & Schartmann (2013), Effect of Tempo on Perceived Emotion of Musical Excerpts – Broshy, Latterner, & Sherwin (2013), Interaction Between Melodic Pitch … Continue reading

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    Agreement in Musical Experts on the Identification of Beat Levels and their Salience Schroeder, J., Simmons, G. Yale University, Cognition of Musical Rhythm, Virtual Lab 1. BACKGROUND AND AIMS 1.1  Introduction This experiment aimed to look at the salience of … Continue reading

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    CALL FOR PARTICIPATION SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015 – WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY The next semiannual meeting of the Northeast Music Cognition Group (NEMCOG) will take place at Wesleyan University on Saturday April 4, 2015. The goal of NEMCOG is to facilitate interaction … Continue reading

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  • 05/02/15--14:11: Measuring Musical Engagement
  • You are invited to participate in a study on the different ways how we listen to and appreciate music. This study is conducted by Thijs Vroegh, doctorate at the Music Department of the Max Plank Institute for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt, Germany. To … Continue reading

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    1. Group project: Write as much as possible of the structured abstract report. Sections 1 and 2 should be easy to fill-in now. Decide how the work will be divided between group members. Remember that each student should contribute equally … Continue reading

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    Musical Rhythms, Memory, and Human Expression Ryan Davis, Angie Fuentes, and Kyle Yoder Yale University, Cognition of Musical Rhythm, Virtual Lab   1. BACKGROUND AND AIMS 1.1  Introduction The emotional properties of music, long recognized by music theorists, composers, and … Continue reading

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    The specific focus of my individual project is to determine whether the known effects of music therapy on dyslexia in children are results of merely improved timing skills or of learning music as a topic area in general.  To determine … Continue reading

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    Agreement in Musical Experts Identification of Beat Levels and their Salience Schroeder, J., Simmons, G. Yale University, Cognition of Musical Rhythm, Virtual Lab 1. BACKGROUND AND AIMS 1.1  Introduction This experiment aimed to look at the salience of beat (or … Continue reading

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    Today was our last regular class meeting. I will be available for online and email feedback as well as for individual meetings throughout the Reading period and until our scheduled Final exam period (Wednesday, December 17 @ 9:00 AM). Please … Continue reading

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    Instructions are found below and can be downloaded here. Goal: Deliver a substantial and effective presentation of your research project to a (mock) panel of judges from a major funding agency on Wednesday, December 17, 9:00 AM (SKL 408). Individual … Continue reading

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    Here are a few sample structured abstracts from students group projects in previous semesters: – Acevedo, Lettie, Parnes, & Schartmann (2013), Effect of Tempo on Perceived Emotion of Musical Excerpts – Broshy, Latterner, & Sherwin (2013), Interaction Between Melodic Pitch … Continue reading

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    Agreement in Musical Experts on the Identification of Beat Levels and their Salience Schroeder, J., Simmons, G. Yale University, Cognition of Musical Rhythm, Virtual Lab 1. BACKGROUND AND AIMS 1.1  Introduction This experiment aimed to look at the salience of … Continue reading

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    CALL FOR PARTICIPATION SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2015 – WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY The next semiannual meeting of the Northeast Music Cognition Group (NEMCOG) will take place at Wesleyan University on Saturday April 4, 2015. The goal of NEMCOG is to facilitate interaction … Continue reading

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  • 05/02/15--14:11: Measuring Musical Engagement
  • You are invited to participate in a study on the different ways how we listen to and appreciate music. This study is conducted by Thijs Vroegh, doctorate at the Music Department of the Max Plank Institute for Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt, Germany. To … Continue reading