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Failure to detect change in an auditory scene (i.e., change deafness) has been found to occur with alterations to object identities and the location of objects. Event-related potential (ERP) correlates of change deafness for object identity have been identified, but to our knowledge, ERP...
Introduction: The comprehension of musical tonal structure may rely on executive functions, such as cognitive control and working memory updating, to orient the listener to a tonal context and guide the interpretation of incoming information in real time. One specific proposal suggests cognitive...
Memory is affected by stimulus salience. For example, vocal melodies are remembered better than instrumental melodies, presumably because of their status as biologically significant signals. We asked whether the memorability of inherently salient vocal melodies is affected by local factors such...
Research on individual differences in musical abilities, and music-related deficits, has increased dramatically in the past 20 years. Although most studies to date concern music perception, in particular the deficit referred to as congenital amusia, a growing area of research has addressed...
Musical performance depends on the anticipation of the perceptual consequences of motor behavior. Altered auditory feedback (AAF) has previously been used to investigate auditory-motor coupling but studies to date have predominantly used MIDI piano in experimental tasks. In the present study, we...
Auditory frequency change (FC) might be crucial to respond to. We hypothesized that FC affects human motor behavior within short latency, and that upwards vs downwards changes exert distinct effects. Behavioral correlates of asymmetries in FC processing are scarcely researched. Previous work of...
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