Further analysis of the results of Experiments 2 and 3 from Takeuchi and Hulse's (1992) paper, "Key- distance effects in melody recognition reexamined," shows that the false-alarm rate to near-key lures was not elevated in Experiment 2 relative to Experiments 1 and 3. Thus van Egmond and PovePs ( 1994) hypothesis that the lack of a key distance effect in Experiment 2 was due to listeners interpreting near-key lures as tonal transpositions, thus producing more false alarms, is not supported.
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Annie H. Takeuchi; More on Key-Distance Effects in Melody Recognition: A Response to van Egmond and Povel. Music Perception 1 October 1994; 12 (1): 143–146. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/40285760
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