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The cerebral haemodynamics of music perception. A transcranial Doppler sonography study. (1/850)

The perception of music has been investigated by several neurophysiological and neuroimaging methods. Results from these studies suggest a right hemisphere dominance for non-musicians and a possible left hemisphere dominance for musicians. However, inconsistent results have been obtained, and not all variables have been controlled by the different methods. We performed a study with functional transcranial Doppler sonography (fTCD) of the middle cerebral artery to evaluate changes in cerebral blood flow velocity (CBFV) during different periods of music perception. Twenty-four healthy right-handed subjects were enrolled and examined during rest and during listening to periods of music with predominant language, rhythm and harmony content. The gender, musical experience and mode of listening of the subjects were chosen as independent factors; the type of music was included as the variable in repeated measurements. We observed a significant increase of CBFV in the right hemisphere in non-musicians during harmony perception but not during rhythm perception; this effect was more pronounced in females. Language perception was lateralized to the left hemisphere in all subject groups. Musicians showed increased CBFV values in the left hemisphere which were independent of the type of stimulus, and background listeners showed increased CBFV values during harmony perception in the right hemisphere which were independent of their musical experience. The time taken to reach the peak of CBFV was significantly longer in non-musicians when compared with musicians during rhythm and harmony perception. Pulse rates were significantly decreased in non-musicians during harmony perception, probably due to a specific relaxation effect in this subgroup. The resistance index did not show any significant differences, suggesting only regional changes of small resistance vessels but not of large arteries. Our fTCD study confirms previous findings of right hemisphere lateralization for harmony perception in non-musicians. In addition, we showed that this effect is more pronounced in female subjects and in background listeners and that the lateralization is delayed in non-musicians compared with musicians for the perception of rhythm and harmony stimuli. Our data suggest that musicians and non-musicians have different strategies to lateralize musical stimuli, with a delayed but marked right hemisphere lateralization during harmony perception in non-musicians and an attentive mode of listening contributing to a left hemisphere lateralization in musicians.  (+info)

Is integer arithmetic fundamental to mental processing?: the mind's secret arithmetic. (2/850)

Unlike the ability to acquire our native language, we struggle to learn multiplication and division. It may then come as a surprise that the mental machinery for performing lightning-fast integer arithmetic calculations could be within us all even though it cannot be readily accessed, nor do we have any idea of its primary function. We are led to this provocative hypothesis by analysing the extraordinary skills of autistic savants. In our view such individuals have privileged access to lower levels of information not normally available through introspection.  (+info)

When that tune runs through your head: a PET investigation of auditory imagery for familiar melodies. (3/850)

The present study used positron emission tomography (PET) to examine the cerebral activity pattern associated with auditory imagery for familiar tunes. Subjects either imagined the continuation of nonverbal tunes cued by their first few notes, listened to a short sequence of notes as a control task, or listened and then reimagined that short sequence. Subtraction of the activation in the control task from that in the real-tune imagery task revealed primarily right-sided activation in frontal and superior temporal regions, plus supplementary motor area (SMA). Isolating retrieval of the real tunes by subtracting activation in the reimagine task from that in the real-tune imagery task revealed activation primarily in right frontal areas and right superior temporal gyrus. Subtraction of activation in the control condition from that in the reimagine condition, intended to capture imagery of unfamiliar sequences, revealed activation in SMA, plus some left frontal regions. We conclude that areas of right auditory association cortex, together with right and left frontal cortices, are implicated in imagery for familiar tunes, in accord with previous behavioral, lesion and PET data. Retrieval from musical semantic memory is mediated by structures in the right frontal lobe, in contrast to results from previous studies implicating left frontal areas for all semantic retrieval. The SMA seems to be involved specifically in image generation, implicating a motor code in this process.  (+info)

Musical rhythms in heart period dynamics: a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary approach to cardiac rhythms. (4/850)

The purpose of this study was to expand classic heart period analysis methods by techniques from ethnomusicology that explicitly take complex musical rhythm principles into consideration. The methods used are based on the theory of African music, the theory of symbolic dynamics, and combinatorial theory. Heart period tachograms from 192 24-h electrocardiograms of 96 healthy subjects were transformed into binary symbol sequences that were interpretable as elementary rhythmic (percussive) patterns, the time lines in African music. Using a hierarchical rhythm pattern scheme closely related to the Derler Rhythm Classification (from jazz theory), we calculated the predominance and stability of pattern classes. The results show that during sleep certain classes, specific to individuals, occurred in a cyclically recurrent manner and many times more often than expected. Simultaneously, other classes disappeared more or less completely. Moreover, the most frequent classes obviously originate from phase-locking processes in autonomic regulation (e.g., between respiratory and cardiac cycles). In conclusion, the new interdisciplinary method presented here demonstrates that heart period patterns, in particular those occurring during night sleep, can be interpreted as musical rhythms. This method may be of great potential use in music therapy research.  (+info)

The perception of visual images encoded in musical form: a study in cross-modality information transfer. (5/850)

This study demonstrates the ability of blind (previously sighted) and blindfolded (sighted) subjects in reconstructing and identifying a number of visual targets transformed into equivalent musical representations. Visual images are deconstructed through a process which selectively segregates different features of the image into separate packages. These are then encoded in sound and presented as a polyphonic musical melody which resembles a Baroque fugue with many voices, allowing subjects to analyse the component voices selectively in combination, or separately in sequence, in a manner which allows a subject to patch together and bind the different features of the object mentally into a mental percept of a single recognizable entity. The visual targets used in this study included a variety of geometrical figures, simple high-contrast line drawings of man-made objects, natural and urban scenes, etc., translated into sound and presented to the subject in polyphonic musical form.  (+info)

The effects of skill on the eye-hand span during musical sight-reading. (6/850)

The eye-hand span (EHS) is the separation between eye position and hand position when sight-reading music. It can be measured in two ways: in notes (the number of notes between hand and eye; the 'note index'), or in time (the length of time between fixation and performance; the 'time index'). The EHSs of amateur and professional pianists were compared while they sight-read music. The professionals showed significantly larger note indexes than the amateurs (approximately four notes, compared to two notes), and all subjects showed similar variability in the note index. Surprisingly, the different groups of pianists showed almost identical mean time indexes (ca. 1 s), with no significant differences between any of the skill levels. However, professionals did show significantly less variation than the amateurs. The time index was significantly affected by the performance tempo: when fast tempos were imposed on performance, all subjects showed a reduction in the time index (to ca. 0.7 s), and slow tempos increased the time index (to ca. 1.3 s). This means that the length of time that information is stored in the buffer is related to performance tempo rather than ability, but that professionals can fit more information into their buffers.  (+info)

Receptive amusia: evidence for cross-hemispheric neural networks underlying music processing strategies. (7/850)

Perceptual musical functions were investigated in patients suffering from unilateral cerebrovascular cortical lesions. Using MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) technique, a standardized short test battery was established that covers local (analytical) as well as global perceptual mechanisms. These represent the principal cognitive strategies in melodic and temporal musical information processing (local, interval and rhythm; global, contour and metre). Of the participating brain-damaged patients, a total of 69% presented with post-lesional impairments in music perception. Left-hemisphere-damaged patients showed significant deficits in the discrimination of local as well as global structures in both melodic and temporal information processing. Right-hemisphere-damaged patients also revealed an overall impairment of music perception, reaching significance in the temporal conditions. Detailed analysis outlined a hierarchical organization, with an initial right-hemisphere recognition of contour and metre followed by identification of interval and rhythm via left-hemisphere subsystems. Patterns of dissociated and associated melodic and temporal deficits indicate autonomous, yet partially integrated neural subsystems underlying the processing of melodic and temporal stimuli. In conclusion, these data contradict a strong hemispheric specificity for music perception, but indicate cross-hemisphere, fragmented neural substrates underlying local and global musical information processing in the melodic and temporal dimensions. Due to the diverse profiles of neuropsychological deficits revealed in earlier investigations as well as in this study, individual aspects of musicality and musical behaviour very likely contribute to the definite formation of these widely distributed neural networks.  (+info)

Intersensory redundancy guides attentional selectivity and perceptual learning in infancy. (8/850)

This study assessed an intersensory redundancy hypothesis, which holds that in early infancy information presented redundantly and in temporal synchrony across two sense modalities selectively recruits attention and facilitates perceptual differentiation more effectively than does the same information presented unimodally. Five-month-old infants' sensitivity to the amodal property of rhythm was examined in 3 experiments. Results revealed that habituation to a bimodal (auditory and visual) rhythm resulted in discrimination of a novel rhythm, whereas habituation to the same rhythm presented unimodally (auditory or visual) resulted in no evidence of discrimination. Also, temporal synchrony between the bimodal auditory and visual information was necessary for rhythm discrimination. These findings support an intersensory redundancy hypothesis and provide further evidence for the importance of redundancy for guiding and constraining early perceptual learning.  (+info)

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module Music.LilyPond.Light (module Music.LilyPond.Light ,module Music.LilyPond.Light.Constant ,module Music.LilyPond.Light.Constant.NoteName ,module Music.LilyPond.Light.Model ,module Music.LilyPond.Light.Output.LilyPond ,module Music.Theory.Duration ,module Music.Theory.Duration.Name ,module Music.Theory.Key ,module Music.Theory.Pitch) where import Data.List import Data.Monoid import Data.Ratio import Music.LilyPond.Light.Constant import Music.LilyPond.Light.Constant.NoteName import Music.LilyPond.Light.Model import Music.LilyPond.Light.Output.LilyPond import Music.Theory.Duration import Music.Theory.Duration.Name import Music.Theory.Pitch import Music.Theory.Key -- * Music category predicates is_note :: Music -, Bool is_note (Note _ _ _) = True is_note _ = False is_chord :: Music -, Bool is_chord (Chord _ _ _) = True is_chord _ = False is_rest :: Music -, Bool is_rest (Rest _ _) = True is_rest _ = False is_mm_rest :: Music -, Bool is_mm_rest (MMRest _ _ _) = True is_mm_rest _ = False is_grace ...
This article presents a comparison of the aesthetic classification system of popular music, as employed by newspaper critics in the Los Angeles Times during 1985-86 and 2004-05. Through a relational discourse analysis of popular music album reviews, which applies the ecological technique of measuring niche spaces occupied by genres in an aesthetic discourse space, the genre structure of popular music is compared across a time period in which the field of popular music has arguably undergone a growing isomorphism of aesthetic principles and a blurring of boundaries between genres. Comparison of genre structures at two points in time suggests that the perception and interpretation of diverse genres has become more similar. Moreover, the boundary between two exemplary genres - rock music and pop music - has apparently become less salient for music critics, possibly signaling a weakening of commercial boundaries within the popular music field over the last two decades ...
The question of whether background music is able to enhance cognitive task performance is of interest to scholars, educators, and stakeholders in business alike. Studies have shown that background music can have beneficial, detrimental or no effects on cognitive task performance. Extraversion-and its postulated underlying cause, cortical arousal-is regarded as an important factor influencing the outcome of such studies. According to Eysencks theory of personality, extraverts cortical arousal at rest is lower compared to that of introverts. Scholars have thus hypothesized that extraverts should benefit from background music in cognitive tasks, whereas introverts performance should decline with music in the background. Reviewing studies that have considered extraversion as a mediator of the effect of background music on cognitive task performance, it is demonstrated that there is as much evidence in favor as there is against Eysencks theory of personality. Further, revisiting Eysencks concept of
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Subject: Caroline Palmer: music cognition From: Dan Ellis ,dpwe(at)ICSI.BERKELEY.EDU, Date: Sun, 15 Mar 1998 22:34:21 PST Dear List - Caroline Palmer of Ohio State University send me the enclosed announcement for circulation to the list. DAn. ------- Forwarded Message Date: Sat, 14 Mar 98 22:05:35 EST From: Caroline Palmer ,cp(at)gershwin.psy.ohio-state.edu, Message-Id: ,9803150305.AA18417(at)gershwin.psy.ohio-state.edu, Subject: music cognition ANNOUNCEMENT OF POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS IN MUSIC COGNITION The Ohio State University Department of Psychology and School of Music We are pleased to announce the continuation of an ongoing postdoctoral program in music cognition. The post-doctoral Music Cognition Fellowship plan at The Ohio State University is designed to offer advanced research training in music perception and cognition. Two post-doctoral fellowships are awarded annually, one in psychology and one in music. The fellowship is designed to further a candidates training in research concerned ...
Coordinates: 55°36′27″N 12°59′37″E / 55.60750°N 12.99361°E / 55.60750; 12.99361 The Malmö Symphony Orchestra (Swedish: Malmö Symfoniorkester) is a Swedish orchestra, based in Malmö. Since 2015 it has its home in the newly built Malmö Live Concert Hall. The orchestra has a complement of 94 musicians. Since 2011, the orchestras chief conductor is Marc Soustrot. His contract with the orchestra is through 2017. The orchestra was founded in 1925 with Walther Meyer-Radon as the first chief conductor, from 1925 to 1929. Herbert Blomstedt held the title of Huvuddirigent (principal conductor) during 1962-1963. Past principal guest conductors have included Brian Priestman (1988-1990), Gilbert Varga (1997-2000), and Mario Venzago (2000-2003). At first the orchestra performed both symphony concerts and served as the orchestra of the Malmö Opera and Music Theatre, but from 1991 the orchestra has been exclusively devoted to symphony orchestra concerts.[citation needed] Between 1985 ...
Embodied music cognition is a direction within systematic musicology interested in studying the role of the human body in relation to all musical activities. It considers the human body as the natural mediator between mind (focused on musical intentions, meanings, significations) and physical environment (containing musical sound and other types of energy that affords human action). Given the impact of body movement on musical meaning formation and signification, the musical mind is said to be embodied. Embodiment assumes that what happens in the mind is depending on properties of the body, such as kinaesthetic properties. Embodied music cognition tends to see music perception as based on action. For example, many people move when they listen to music. Through movement, it is assumed that people give meaning to music. This type of meaning-formation is corporeal, rather than cerebral because it is understood through the body. This is different from a disembodied approach to music cognition, which ...
Our psychophysical and fMRI data show that piano practicing molds audiovisual temporal binding and synchrony perception by a context-specific neural mechanism. Behaviorally, musicians relative to nonmusicians exhibited a significantly narrower temporal integration window for music but not for speech. At the neural level, musicians showed increased audiovisual asynchrony effects and effective connectivity for music in an STS-premotor-cerebellar circuitry. Collectively, these results suggest that piano practicing provides more precise estimates of the relative audiovisual timings in music by fine tuning an internal forward model that maps from action plans of piano playing onto visible finger movements and concurrent piano sounds.. Accumulating evidence suggests that long-term music training changes auditory processing throughout the cortical hierarchy and produces behavioral benefits beyond music performance (11, 19) (e.g., most prominently in speech processing) (10). In contrast to these generic ...
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CONCLUSIONS: The introduction of background music tended to increase attention test scores of persons with schizophrenia. Moreover, the increase in test attention scores was statistically significant when popular music was played in the background. This result suggested that background music may improve attention performance of persons with chronic schizophrenia. Future research is required with a larger sample size to support the study results ...
Music and Its Effects on Our Emotions: Can Music Really Change Your Mood?. Music can control a much larger part of your life than most people would like to believe. Music can affect us in ways in which were not even aware of, and for this reason, music is simply amazing. There is a large number of studies behind music. Not even just the typical music you hear on the radio or that you download from the Internet, but any sounds and the way they can affect your mood and reflect your personallity. It has been proven that certain types of music can evoke sadness, while others can give you an excitement. Music is used in millions of places for this reason. Advertisements. Advertisements and movies are based around the audio! Certain types of music are more likely to evoke emotions in people which will in turn make them feel a certain way. Sometimes this is great for producers in the economy because they can use music in their advertisements to help produce more profits, because people will become ...
This study examined the effects of vocal and non-vocal background music on the task performance of introverts and extraverts on a memorization task. Prior to the memorization task, participants (N = 38) completed Eysencks Personality Inventory in order to determine introversion and extraversion. In the presence of either vocal or non-vocal music, participants memorized and recalled a 15-word list. The results did not support the hypothesis suggesting that extroverts would perform better on a task with vocal background music than introverts. Analysis was calculated using a 2X2 between-groups ANOVA design.
We all have different preferences in music. It moves us in different ways, whether it is calming, or makes us happy or even angry and irritated. Music is therapeutic; it evokes memories and emotions, good and bad. We all react differently to different melodies, and animals are no different. Whales and birds sing their own songs and other species make beautiful music, especially during mating season. But do animals appreciate human tunes? Many do. Elephants have been known to dance to classical music, and there are many articles about cows that enjoy relaxing music. The University of Leicester researchers discovered that cows produced 3% more milk when they were listening to music by REM, Simon & Garfunkel and classical music, as opposed to hard rock music. Read the full article here: www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2014/03/06/285314648/secret-life-of-cows-part-deux-milking-mood-music.. It is a well-known fact that feel-good music like Motown, reggae, and classical music played in animal shelters is ...
For those of you interested in music and the brain, I recommend Daniel Levitins book, This is Your Brain on Music. Levins book is especially interesting because he started his career as a musician. He knows a lot about music and has some interesting stories about songs and musicians. He now teaches and researches at McGill. In his book he talks about the brain, how music is processed, and related MRI research. What was interesting to me is how many parts of the brain are used to process music. Given that music can evoke powerful emotions, I assumed that the amygdala and primitive brain centers would be involved. Surprisingly, listening to music involves anticipation and memory which rely on higher cerebral functions. Many brain centers are used to enjoy music. There is not one localized brain center for music. In a very accessible book, Levin combines his knowledge about music with state of the art neuroscience. Anyone who is interested in music and the brain should definitely read this book. ...
The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of two students with hearing loss participating in instrumental music. Four orienting questions guided the inquiry: (a) What factors contribute to these students motivation to continue participating in instrumental music?; (b) How is hearing loss affecting each students music participation and what strategies are accommodating for their hearing loss?; (c) How are students with hearing loss experiencing inclusion in the secondary instrumental classroom?; and (d) What can school music teachers learn from the experiences of these students? Two participants were identified through email solicitation of a large instrumental music teacher organization and snowball sampling with audiologists in the medical community. Data was gleaned in the two cases through analysis of documents, interviews with the two principal informants, their parents and music teachers, and observations of the two students with hearing loss in large ensemble settings, as ...
This book explains musical instruments in their various forms: how they work, what they can do, and how they came to be the way they are. It concentrates on instruments of western music built to play in musical traditions transmitted in large part by notated scores and parts. The recent growth of early music performance is reflected in an emphasis on the historical development of the main types of instrument. For each class of instrument, the underlying acoustical principles are outlined and the commonly found members of the family are described. Their manufacture, playing techniques, and performance practice are treated.
Survey of perceptual and cognitive aspects of the psychology of music, with special emphasis on underlying neuronal and neurocomputational representations and mechanisms. Basic perceptual dimensions of hearing (pitch, timbre, consonance/roughness, loudness, auditory grouping) form salient qualities, contrasts, patterns and streams that are used in music to convey melody, harmony, rhythm and separate voices. Perceptual, cognitive, and neurophysiological aspects of the temporal dimension of music (rhythm, timing, duration, temporal expectation) are explored. Special topics include comparative, evolutionary, and developmental psychology of music perception, biological vs. cultural influences, Gestaltist vs. associationist vs. schema-based theories, comparison of music and speech perception, parallels between music cognition and language, music and cortical action, and the neural basis of music performance.
Philosophical reflection on music goes back in the West at least as far as the Pythagoreans and Plato, and has undergone an exceptionally fertile period within analytic philosophy since the 1960s. It encompasses issues pertaining to defining music; the ontology of musical works; musical meaning and understanding, including music perception and cognition of musical form; musical expressiveness; musical arousal; musical representation; musical performance; the aesthetics of song and opera; the value of music; and the aesthetics of popular and non-Western music.. In defining music, organized sound is a necessary condition of music, though clearly not sufficient, as not all organized sounds are music. With regard to the ontology of musical works, there is broad agreement that these are abstract entities that can be performed and recorded on many occasions, and are not to be identified with manuscripts or scores, even though the existence of its manuscript may suffice for a musical works existence. ...
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The purpose of this study is to conduct a pragmatic cluster randomized control trial of personalized music (Music and Memory) for nursing home residents with moderate to severe dementia living in 81 nursing homes from 4 nursing home corporations.. Music and Memory is a personalized music program that uses portable music players to deliver individualized music to people with dementia. Nursing home staff provide residents with dementia with music playlists tailored to their personal history of music preferences. The program assumes that musical memories remain present and that personalized music can quell the anxiety and agitation stimulated by the confusion secondary to dementia.. The aims of this study are: 1. To use a train-the-trainer model to implement the intervention with ongoing monitoring of the programs adoption and acceptance by nursing home residents with dementia; 2. To estimate the impact of Music and Memory on agitated and aggressive behaviors; and 3. To examine factors associated ...
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In an early scene in The Tree of Life, the new movie by Terrence Malick, an authoritarian patriarch played by Brad Pitt disrupts a family dinner to instruct his three young sons in the appreciation of classical music.. Before their inexpressive faces, he brandishes an album cover of Brahms Fourth Symphony, performed by the NBC Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Arturo Toscanini. Pitts character rather obnoxiously conducts along to the recording, which has been playing throughout the meal, and exhorts his boys to open their ears to Brahms majestic chords.. Classical music clearly plays an important role in this 1950s suburban Texas household, as it does in The Tree of Life.. In each of his five feature films to date, Malick has used classical music as his principal soundtrack. The Tree of Life features selections and snippets from more than 30 individual pieces -- including works by Brahms, Mahler, Bach, Górecki and Holst. They are all woven together seamlessly with the help of some ...
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This dissertation argues that music is always ideological. For this thesis two lines of argument are given. The first states that music is always ideological because it requires verbal discourses about itself. The second line of argument states that music is always ideological because it influences the listener affectively.. That language is necessary for talk about music is trivial. The point is rather that talk about music is necessary for auditive behaviour to turn into complex cultural artefacts. Without language humans would have no more music than birds, whales or duetting apes.. At the other extreme, musical experiences are affective in nature. To have a musical experience is to experience an affective unfolding through time. Affect (as distinguished from the emotions) refers to the amodal properties of perception-such as intensity, shape, rhythm-and lies at the heart of human communication. With its roots in early mother-infant interaction, affective communication is inherently social. ...
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Honing, H. (2004) When a good fit is not good enough: a case study on the final ritard. Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC). 510-513. Abstract. The relation between music and motion has been a topic of much theoretical and empirical research. An important contribution is made by a family of computational theories, so-called kinematic models, that make an explicit relation between the laws of physical motion in the real world and expressive timing in music performance (see Friberg & Sundberg, 1999). These models were shown to have a good fit with a variety of empirical data, most notably that of the final ritard in music performance: the typical slowing down at the end of a music performance. However, the predictions of these kinematic models are independent of (1) the number of events, (2) the rhythmic structure, and (3) the overall tempo of the performance; These factors have no effect on the predicted shape of the ritardando. Computer ...
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Building on his monumental revision of the Seventh Edition, PeterBurkholder has refined an inspired narrative for a new generation ofstudents, placing people at the center of the story.The narrative of A History of Western Music naturally focuses on the musical works, styles, genres, and ideas that have proven most influential, enduring, and significant-but it also encompasses a wide range of music, from religious to secular, from serious to humorous, from art music to popular music, and from Europe to the Americas. With a six-part structure emphasizing the musics reception and continued influence, Burkholders narrative establishes a social and historical context for each repertoire to reveal its legacy and its significance today.
Introduction Basic Emotion Theory proper (BET) has only recently begun to make an appearance in musical research (see Juslin, 1998; 2013a&b). However, much theory and research in music psychology has been driven by a more general assumption that musical emotions should be investigated in terms of discrete ad-hoc categories associated with the ways specific neural mechanisms respond to musical stimuli (see Schiavio et al., 2016). This has been problematized, however, by studies that show that the physiological changes associated with musical emotions do not always align clearly with those exhibited in association with everyday emotion categories (Krumhansl, 1997, p. 351; Scherer & Zentner, 2001). Such concerns have led some scholars to posit that musical emotions may be somehow different (or perhaps impoverished) versions of real emotions (Sloboda, 2000). In response to this, other researchers (e.g., Scherer & Couthino, 2014) have developed models that do away with the notion of basic emotions
Music can evoke positive emotions, which in turn can lower the listeners stress levels. Everyday music listening is therefore a simple and effective way to enhance well-being and health, according to a new doctoral thesis in psychology from the University of Gothenburg.. The thesis is based partly on a survey study involving 207 individuals, partly on an intervention study where an experiment group consisting of 21 persons listened to self-chosen music for 30 minutes per day for two weeks while an equally sized control group got to relax without music.. The results of the studies show that positive emotions were experienced both more often and more intensively in connection with music listening. The experiment group did also perceive less stress and had lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol. The more the participants in the survey study liked the music, the less stress they experienced.. But it should be pointed out that when studying emotional responses to music it is important to ...
Inhaltsangabe: What is the broadest significance of musical rhythm? Human attitudes to the world are reflected in it, according to Gustav Becking. Writing in the 1920s, Becking proposed a novel method of finding systematic differences of attitude between individual composers, between nations, and between historical time periods. He dealt throughout with Western classical music, from the period approximately 1600-1900. His method was to observe in fine detail the pattern of motion and pressure traced out by a small baton allowed to move in sympathy with a given musical excerpt. The various patterns arising for individual composers were represented graphically, and in that form became known as Becking curves . Implications were touched upon in psychology, sociology and philosophy. His thesis is now published in English translation from the original German for the first time, with many annotations.. About the Author: Gustav Becking (1894-1945) studied at the Universities of Leipzig and ...
Subject: Postdoctoral Researchers in Music Cognition From: Luke Windsor ,windsor(at)NICI.KUN.NL, Date: Wed, 5 Aug 1998 10:10:47 +0200 Dear All, The following job announcements may be of interest to list-members. Please do not ask me for any more details, as I am just forwarding these for a third party. For further info by e-mail contact Renee Timmers: timmers(at)nici.kun.nl Best, Luke Postdoctoral Researchers in Music Cognition At the Nijmegen Institute of Cognition and Information (NICI) of the Nijmegen University a research team was set up in September 1997, supported by the Dutch Foundation for Scientific Research (NWO) as the PIONIER project "Music, Mind, Machine". This project aims at improving the understanding of the temporal aspects of musical knowledge and music cognition using computational models. The research is interdisciplinary in nature, with contributions from music theory, psychology and computer science. A number of studies is planned, grouped according to the following ...
Music and Its effects on Societies Emotions Intro: What do you feel when you hear a rapid drum beat? Or even the shivering sound of the low hum of a bagpipe? We all probably at one time turned on music to lift our spirits from a sad time in our life or even just to amp up our attitude even farther from a joyous occasion. What is it in music that causes different emotions to come out and affect our attitude? Well thats a question that is still being researched but we have somewhat of a understanding of it.. Then well take a look at three specific genres. Rock, folklore, and classical. 1. ) Music and the Brain. A. ) Music is processed in the right hemisphere of the brain * There are different neurons that respond according to what kind of music is playing. Music can effect hormones, encourage the production of cortisol, testosterone, and oxytocin. Music can even trigger a release of endorphins. (EvolutionEzine. com) * B. ) The Mozart Effect * University of California-Irvine did a test study of ...
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EVANSTON --- Age-related delays in neural timing are not inevitable and can be avoided or offset with musical training, according to a new study from Northwestern University. The study is the first to provide biological evidence that lifelong musical experience has an impact on the aging process.. Measuring the automatic brain responses of younger and older musicians and non-musicians to speech sounds, researchers in the Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory discovered that older musicians had a distinct neural timing advantage. "The older musicians not only outperformed their older non-musician counterparts, they encoded the sound stimuli as quickly and accurately as the younger non-musicians," said Northwestern neuroscientist Nina Kraus. "This reinforces the idea that how we actively experience sound over the course of our lives has a profound effect on how our nervous system functions." Kraus, professor of communication sciences in the School of Communication and professor of neurobiology and ...
Amongst the findings of Wish You Were Here 2016 were that:. A total audience of 27.7 million attended live music events in the UK in 2015. More people are watching live music locally….17.3 million local residents attended music events in their local area in 2015. This was up +14% from 2014.. 3.7 million Attended a festival in 2015 in the UK. 24 million Attended a concert in 2015 in the UK. Music tourism generated £3.7 billion in total direct and indirect spend in the UK last year. This was a +7% increase from last year.. There were 10.4 million music tourists in the UK in 2015. This is 38% of the whole live music audience.. Overseas music tourism increased by +16% to 767,000 visitors in 2015.. There were 39,034 full time jobs in the UK sustained by music tourism in 2015. £852 was the average spend by an overseas music tourist visiting in the UK in 2015. This was an increase of +13% from last year. Music tourists generated a £549 million box office spend on tickets in 2015. £38 million of ...
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Honing, H. (2006) Computational modeling of music cognition: a case study on model selection. Music Perception. 23(5), 365-376. Abstract. While the most common way of evaluating a computational model is to see whether it shows a good fit with the empirical data, recent literature on theory testing and model selection criticizes the assumption that this is actually strong evidence for the validity of a model. This paper presents a case study from music cognition (modeling the ritardandi in music performance) and compares two families of computational models (kinematic and perceptual) using three different model selection criteria: goodness-of-fit, model simplicity, and the degree of surprise in the predictions. In the light of what counts as strong evidence for a models validity --namely that it makes limited range, non-smooth, and relatively surprising predictions-- the perception-based model is preferred over the kinematic model. Full paper (pdf ...
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On admission to rescue and rehoming centres dogs are faced with a variety of short- and long-term stressors including novelty, spatial/social restriction and increased noise levels. Animate and inanimate environmental enrichment techniques have been employed within the kennel environment in an attempt to minimise stress experienced by dogs. Previous studies have shown the potential physiological and psychological benefits of auditory stimulation, particularly classical music, within the kennel environment. This study determined the physiological/psychological changes that occur when kennelled dogs are exposed to long-term (7 days) auditory stimulation in the form of classical music through assessment of effects on heart rate variability (HRV), salivary cortisol and behaviour. The study utilised a cross over design in which two groups were exposed to two consecutive 7 day treatments; silence (control) and classical music (test). Group A was studied under silent conditions followed by 7 days of ...
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  • We have the most experienced team of practicing Neurologic Music Therapists in the UK, using evidenced-based techniques that use music to support improvements in speech and language, cognition and memory, physical difficulties and emotional well-being. (childbraininjurytrust.org.uk)
  • Music therapists use their techniques to help their patients in many areas, ranging from stress relief before and after surgeries to neuropathologies such as Alzheimer's disease . (cmleukemia.com)
  • This qualitative research study explored areas of similarity and contrast between a music therapy student's interpretations of selected audiovisual excerpts from music therapy sessions with a child with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and his parent's interpretations of the same. (up.ac.za)
  • Once the music therapy process was complete, four primary excerpts and five secondary excerpts were selected. (up.ac.za)
  • Interpretations of the four primary excerpts were written by the music therapy student. (up.ac.za)
  • Part two involved the viewing of the five secondary excerpts as part of a discussion between the music therapy student and parent, leading to the collaborative creation of a music activity for the home environment. (up.ac.za)
  • Music therapy is distinctive from Musopathy, which relies on a more generic and non-cultural approach based on neural, physical, and other responses to the fundamental aspects of sound. (cmleukemia.com)
  • Some common music therapy practices include developmental work (communication, motor skills, etc.) with individuals with special needs, songwriting and listening in reminiscence, orientation work with the elderly, processing and relaxation work, and rhythmic entrainment for physical rehabilitation in stroke victims. (cmleukemia.com)
  • A further feature of the study was investigating how these interpretations could inform the collaborative creation of a music activity for use in the home environment. (up.ac.za)
  • One study found that children who listened to music while having an IV inserted into their arms showed less distress and felt less pain than the children who did not listen to music while having an IV inserted. (cmleukemia.com)
  • These themes then implicitly informed the collaborative creation of a music activity for the home context. (up.ac.za)
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