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untrained listener"s beat response to auditory musical stimuli

Webster Washington Teague

untrained listener"s beat response to auditory musical stimuli

by Webster Washington Teague

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Published by s.n.] in [Florida .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical meter and rhythm.,
  • Music -- Physiological aspects.,
  • Music -- Psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWebster Washington Teague.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3832 T43 1969
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 84 leaves.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17047369M

    Auditory Brainstem Response by John T. Jacobson (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The 13 Cited by: 1. Reviews of the literature on the learning of non-speech auditory tasks have revealed a remarkable range of times required to achieve the best possible performance for human listeners (i.e., to approach asymptotic discrimination or identification thresholds). 11, 12 Figure 2 shows data from a study of the time required to approach asymptotic.

    Behavioral perceptual abilities and neurophysiologic changes observed after listening training can generalize to other stimuli not used in the training paradigm, thereby demonstrating behavioral “transfer of learning” and plasticity in underlying physiologic processes. Nine normal-hearing monolingual English-speaking adults were trained to identify a prevoiced labial stop sound Cited by: Beat stimuli are similar to amplitude-modulated (AM) tones that are commonly used in auditory steady-state response (ASSR) audiometry (Picton et al., ). An important difference is that, at supra-threshold intensities, the two-component beat stimulus may excite a narrower cochlear frequency band than an AM stimulus, which consists of three Cited by:

    musical perception tones auditory psychology cognitive deutsch intervals listeners frequency processing music perception timbre musicians temporal singing cognition perceptual infants Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your. PSY - Auditory Stimuli �. Introduction. There are many different people in this world. Each individual has a different method for processing auditory information. This paper will break down the processing methods 4/5(1).


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Untrained listener"s beat response to auditory musical stimuli by Webster Washington Teague Download PDF EPUB FB2

Concerning the musical capacities of untrained listeners no consensus exists, the choice of experimental methods and of musical stimuli might explain Author: Emmanuel Bigand. Teague, W. The Untrained Listener's Beat Response to Auditory Musical Stimuli.

Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Tallahassee: Florida State University, Abstract available in Dissertation Abstracts International, Vol. 30 (), A. Google ScholarCited by: Experiments have indicated that untrained listeners can recognize many aspects of musical form (Marcus,), hear when a piece of music breaks.

When the outer hair cells amplify the response of the basilar membrane, the stereocilia of the inner hair cells bend more, and the increased transduction process in the inner hair cells produces a greater response in the auditory nerve.

Without cochlear amplification, the peak movement of the basilar membrane would be about fold smaller. -where do we cross over from auditory processing to other cognitive processes such as audition and language processing -are exhausted after long periods of auditory stimuli-have short attention spans-are easily distracted (respond immediately to new events) musical chairs, march to the beat of a drum, push a toy when a sound is made.

The ALR is the auditory evoked response that is generated from the auditory cortex including the superior temporal plane and lateral superior temporal gyrus (Knight et al, ). It has been found that the ALR can be used to predict speech perception perfor-mance in both normal-hearing listeners and CI users.

Auditory learning is a learning style in which a person learns through listening. An auditory learner depends on listening and speaking as a main way of learning.

Auditory learners must be able to hear what is being said in order to understand and may have difficulty with instructions that are drawn but if the writing is in a logical order it can be easier to understand. Although music and the emotion it conveys unfold over time, little is known about how listeners respond to shifts in musical emotions.

A special technique in heavy metal music utilizes dramatic shifts between loud and soft passages. Loud passages are penetrated by distorted sounds conveying aggression, whereas soft passages are often characterized by a clean, calm Cited by: 2. Music’s Role In Stimulating Processing & Creating New Neural Connections.

Music has long been used as a therapeutic tool to alter mood and moderate emotion for both children and adults, but it is only recently that scientists have started to explore the physiological benefits that listening to and playing music can provide, and specifically how music helps.

The frequency following response (FFR), also referred to as frequency following potential (FFP) or envelope following response (EFR), is an evoked potential generated by periodic or nearly-periodic auditory stimuli.

Part of the auditory brainstem response (ABR), the FFR reflects sustained neural activity integrated over a population of neural elements: "the brainstem. Auditory Processes and Training. Four broad types of auditory processes are measured by the tests included in the diagnostic CAPD battery.

These processes include: (1) dichotic processing, in which a different speech stimulus is simultaneously presented to each ear and the patient repeats back one or both stimuli; (2) temporal processing, which is a broad category that Cited by: Dr Gerald Oster: Auditory Beats In The Brain The theory would remain nothing more than a curiosity untilwhen Dr Gerald Oster, a biophysicist, presented a paper in the Scientific American that sparked further research and interest.

The auditory brainstem response to /dɑ/ has been investigated under different recording In our experiments using musical stimuli, the duration has ranged from ms for a 2-note musical interval (Lee Representation of second formant transitions in normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners.

J Am Acad Audiol. ; – Cited by: Auditory steady-state responses (ASSRs) are periodic scalp potentials that arise in response to regularly varying auditory stimuli such as sinusoidal amplitude and/or frequency modulated tones.

The response is evoked when stimuli is presented at a sufficiently high repetition rate to cause overlapping of the responses to successive by: A recent area of research is exploring the application of auditory brainstem response (ABR) testing in identification of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Currently, ASD is typically diagnosed between the ages of 2 and 4 years. Earlier identification may allow for implementation of intervention at critical time periods of development. periods become aligned with the underlying beat of an auditory stimulus.

Listeners can entrain with rhythmic sequences at different hierarchical levels (Jones & Boltz, ). For example, one can find people on a dance floor who move with every musical beat (lower hierarchical level), while others move with every other musical beat (higherCited by: Chapter Sound, The Auditory System, and Pitch Perception.

Overview of Questions • Letters in the musical scale repeat • Notes with the same letter name (separated by octaves) sound similar - • Auditory response area - falls between the audibility curve and and the threshold for Size: 1MB.

In this Perspective, Kraus and Chandrasekaran show that changes in the nervous system that are induced by music training enhance auditory processing, not only of music but also of speech and by:   Once a musical style has become part of the habit responses of composers, performers, and practiced listeners, it may be regarded as a complex system of probabilities Out of such internalized probability systems arise the expectations—the tendencies—upon which musical meaning is built.

(Meyer,p. )Cited by: Music and emotion explained. The study of 'music and emotion' seeks to understand the psychological relationship between human affect and is a branch of music psychology with numerous areas of study, including the nature of emotional reactions to music, how characteristics of the listener may determine which emotions are felt, and which components.

Music-Based Auditory Stimulation. The Listening Program (TLP) is a clinically-proven approach that trains the auditory system to accurately process sound. The Listening Program's patent pending "ABC Modular Design" enables the listener to effectively exercise the auditory processing system providing "warm-up", "workout" and "cool down" phases.sented suchthatits onset coincidedwith the time ofeach musical beat.

The off-the-beat condition was identical to the on-the-beat condition, except that the target stimulus onset times were shifted later by one-fourth of the average interval between every musical beat in a given song; effectively, the stimuli were “out of phase” with the beat.By infusing uncertainty or surprise into the mix, musicians literally play on our emotions.

As a composer myself, I often lead listeners down musical paths that avoid expected arrivals. The ubiquitous “Shave and a Haircut” and its aborted variant provide ideal stimuli to study how the brain responds to violated expectations.