Music Perception

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MILESTONES IN MUSIC COGNITION - PART II

The Psychological Representation of Musical Intervals in a Twelve-Tone Context
JENINE L. BROWN (jenine.brown@jhu.edu)

Auditory Scene Analysis and the Perception of Sound Mass in Ligeti's Continuum
CHELSEA DOUGLAS, JASON NOBLE, & STEPHEN McADAMS (jason.noble@mail.mcgill.ca)

Playing with the Edge: Tipping Points and the Role of Tonality
ELAINE CHEW (elaine.chew@qmul.ac.uk)

Roll Over Beethoven? An Initial Investigation of Listeners’ Perception of Chords Used in Rock Music
LINCOLN G. CRATON, DANIEL S. JUERGENS, HANNAH R. MICHALAK, & CHRISTOPHER R. POIRIER (lcraton@stonehill.edu)

A Neurodynamic Account of Musical Tonality
EDWARD W. LARGE, JI CHUL KIM, NICOLE KRISTINE FLAIG, JAMSHED J. BHARUCHA, & CAROL LYNNE KRUMHANSL (edward.large@uconn.edu)

Real-Time Probing of Modulations in South Indian Classical (Carnātic) Music by Indian and Western Musicians
RACHNA RAMAN & W. JAY DOWLING (rachnaraman@hotmail.com)

Effects of Repetition on Attention in Two-Part Counterpoint
CECILIA TAHER, RENE RUSCH, & STEVEN McADAMS (cecilia.taher@mail.mcgill.ca)

REGULAR ISSUES

The Actual vs. Predicted Effects of Intonation Accuracy on Vocal Performance Quality
RICHARD WARREN & MEAGAN E. CURTIS (richard.warren@purchase.edu)

Quantifying Microtiming Patterning and Variability in Drum Kit Recordings: A Method and Some Data
KAHL HELLMER & GUY MADISON (kahl.hellmer@gmail.com)

Sleep Consolidation of Musical Competence
STEPHEN C. VAN HEDGER, ANDERS HOGSTROM, CAROLINE PALMER, & HOWARD C. NUSBAUM (shedger@uchicago.edu)

Higher is Faster: Pitch Register and Tempo Preferences
HILA TAMIR-OSTROVER & ZOHAR EITAN (hilatamir@gmail.com)

Catching Earworms on Twitter: Using Big Data to Study Involuntary Musical Imagery
LASSI A. LIIKKANEN, KELLY JAKUBOWSKI, & JUKKA M. TOIVANEN (Lassi.Liikkanen@Helsinki.fi)

The Semantics of Musical Topoi: An Empirical Approach
ERKKI HUOVINEN & ANNA-KAISA KAILA (erkki.s.huovinen@gmail.com)

Subjective Rhythmization: A Replication and an Assessment of Two Theoretical Explanations
RASMUS BÅÅTH (rasmus.baath@lucs.lu.se)

Stability and Change in Rhythmic Patterning Across a Composer's Lifetime: A Study of Four Famous Composers Using the nPVI Equation
JOSEPH R. DANIELE & ANIRUDDH D. PATEL (jdaniele@berkeley.edu)

Impaired Explicit Processing of Musical Syntax and Tonality in a Group of Mandarin-speaking Congenital Amusics
CUNMEI JIANG, FANG LIU, & WILLIAM FORDE THOMPSON (cunmeijiang@126.com)

Non-linear Changes in the Rhythm of European Art Music: Quantitative Support for Historical Musicology
NIELS CHR. HANSEN, MAKIKO SADAKATA, & MARCUS PEARCE (nch@musikkons.dk)

Emotions Perceived and Emotions Experienced in Response to Computer-generated Music
MACIEJ KOMOSINSKI & AGNIESZKA MENSFELT (maciej.komosinski@cs.put.poznan.pl)

Instrument-specific Effects of Musical Expertise on Audiovisual Processing (Clarinet vs. Violin)
A. M. PROVERBIO & A. ORLANDI (mado.proverbio@unimib.it)

Interaction of Sight and Sound in the Perception and Experience of Musical Performance
JONNA K. VUOSKOSKI, MARC R. THOMPSON, CHARLES SPENCE, & ERIC F. CLARKE (jonna.vuoskoski@music.ox.ac.uk)

Repetition Enhances the Musicality of Randomly Generated Tone Sequences
ELIZABETH HELLMUTH MARGULIS & RHIMMON SIMCHY-GROSS (ehm@uark.edu)

Perceived and Induced Emotion Responses to Popular Music: Categorical and Dimensional Models
YADING SONG, SIMON DIXON, MARCUS T. PEARCE, & ANDREA R. HALPERN (songyading@gmail.com)

Evaluation of an Interactive Music Awareness Program for Cochlear Implant Recipients
RACHEL M. VAN BESOUW, BENAJAMIN R. OLIVER, MARY L. GRASMEDER, SARAH H. HODKINSON, & HEIDI SOLHEIM (rvb@isvr.soton.ac.uk)

Audio Features Underlying Perceived Groove and Sensorimotor Synchronization in Music
JAN STUPACHER, MICHAEL J. HOVE, & PETR JANATA (jan.stupacher@uni-graz.at)

Singing without Hearing: The Use of Auditory and Motor Information when Singers, Instrumentalists and Non-musicians Sing a Familiar Tune
AYSU ERDEMIR & JOHN J. RIESER (aysu.erdemir@vanderbilt.edu)

Creating Under Pressure: Effects of Divided Attention on the Improvised Output of Skilled Jazz Pianists
MARTIN NORGAARD, SAMANTHA N. EMERSON, KIMBERLY DAWN BRAUNSROTH, & JAMES D. FIDLON (mnorgaard@gsu.edu)

Tempo in Baroque Music and Dance
ESTHER COOREVITS & DIRK MOELANTS (esther.coorevits@ugent.be)

The Influence of Contextual Cues on Cultural Bias in Music Memory
STEVEN M. DEMOREST, STEVEN J. MORRISON, VU Q. NGUYEN, & ERIN N. BODNAR (sdemorest@northwestern.edu)

Cues to Perceiving Tonal Stability in Music: The Role of Temporal Structure
MATTHEW A. ROSENTHAL & ERIN E. HANNON (erin.hannon@unlv.edu)

Current Issue

Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal: 32 (5)

Vol. 32 No. 5, June 2015
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ISSN: 0730-7829
eISSN: 1533-8312
Impact Factor: 2.000
Frequency: Five times annually
Published: September, December, February, April, June

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About the Journal

Music Perception charts the ongoing scholarly discussion and study of musical phenomena. Publishing original empirical and theoretical papers, methodological articles and critical reviews from renowned scientists and musicians, Music Perception is a repository of insightful research, drawing on fields including psychology, psychophysics, linguistics, neurology, neurophysiology, artificial intelligence, computer technology, physical and architectural acoustics, and music theory.

 

Coming September 2015: Milestones in Music cognition—Part I

Listening, Imagining, Performing: Melody As A Life Cycle of Musical Thought by CAROLINE PALMER

Progress in Understanding Auditory Scene Analysis by ALBERT S. BREGMAN

Statistics, Structure, and Style in Music by CAROL LYNNE KRUMHANSL

Toward a Unified Theory of the I-R Model (Part 1): Parametric Scales and Their Analogically Isomorphic Structures by EUGENE NARMOUR

Auditory Scene Analysis: Tales from Cognitive Neurosciences by CLAUDE ALAIN & LORI J. BERNSTEIN

Concepts and Representations of Musical Hierarchies by FRED LERDAHL

Effects of Emergent-level Structure on Melodic Processing Difficulty by FRANK A. RUSSO, WILLIAM FORDE THOMPSON, & LOLA L. CUDDY 

Style-Dependency of Melodic Expectation: Changing the Rules in Real Time by ZUZANA CENKEROVA & RICHARD PARNCUTT