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Serial recall performance (proportion of digits correct) before, during, an...
Published: 01 June 2021
figure 4 . Serial recall performance (proportion of digits correct) before, during, and following presentation, split according to how much people generally wanted to sing along. Error bars represent ± 1 SE . More
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Tonal context for each trial, followed by the twelve probe tones. Trials we...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 2. Tonal context for each trial, followed by the twelve probe tones. Trials were presented in eight different keys (A, A♭, B, B♭, D, D♭, E, E♭), with the range of the probe tones adjusted according to the transposition. For example, the trials in A♭ major includes probe tones ranging from A... More
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Mean segregation ratings across timbral combination categories. (A = all, S...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 4. Mean segregation ratings across timbral combination categories. (A = all, S = strings, W = woodwinds, B = brass, O = other). Bars represent 95% confidence intervals. More
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Effect of phrase sonority on the likelihood (A), speed (B, cycles 1-8) and ...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 3. Effect of phrase sonority on the likelihood (A), speed (B, cycles 1-8) and strength (C) of STS. Responses after repetition (C) were collected on an 8-point Likert scale from 1 ( clearly speech ) to 8 ( clearly song ). More
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An excerpt from Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7, Op. 92, ii, mm. 51–58. Annotati...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 1. An excerpt from Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7, Op. 92, ii, mm. 51–58. Annotations demonstrate the segregation between two string instruments: violin 1 (stream 1 in solid box) and violin 2 (stream 2 in dashed box). More
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Serial recall performance (proportion of digits correct) before, during, an...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 2 . Serial recall performance (proportion of digits correct) before, during, and following presentation of songs. The ten songs classified as “catchy” are presented on the left side; the ten songs classified as “non-catchy” presented on the right. More
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Main effect of language on the likelihood (A), speed (B, cycles 1-8) and st...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 4 Main effect of language on the likelihood (A), speed (B, cycles 1-8) and strength (C) of STS. Responses after repetition (C) were collected on an 8-point Likert scale from 1 ( clearly speech ) to 8 ( clearly song ). More
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Narrative engagement (NE) scores with 95% confidence intervals for original...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 3. Narrative engagement (NE) scores with 95% confidence intervals for original and modified musical excerpts that were originally high in topicality and low in contrast (left pair of bars) compared with those that were originally high in contrast and low in topicality (right pair of bars). ... More
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Average reaction times during (black markers) and following (white markers)...
Published: 01 June 2021
figure 5 . Average reaction times during (black markers) and following (white markers) songs. More
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Correlations between classical and rock tonal hierarchies and natural, harm...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 5. Correlations between classical and rock tonal hierarchies and natural, harmonic, and melodic minor tonal hierarchies. Each dot represents a participant and the heavy black dot displays the mean and standard error. (A) Natural minor; (B) Harmonic minor; (C) Melodic minor. More
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Waveform (top panel) and F0-trajectories (bottom panel) of the English sent...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 1. Waveform (top panel) and F0-trajectories (bottom panel) of the English sentence “Ducks can fly” spoken by a female. Stable F0-trajectories (shown in grey) indicate pitch patterns cueing STS, dynamic F0-trajectories (shown in black) indicate pitch patterns supressing STS. Grey squares h... More
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Mean segregation ratings according to timbral class and training for origin...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 7. Mean segregation ratings according to timbral class and training for original and reorchestrated excerpts. Error bars represent 95% confidence intervals. More
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Number of memories for events across 5-year age bins, by cue type (music/TV...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 3. Number of memories for events across 5-year age bins, by cue type (music/TV), reported by participants currently aged 40 years or older ( N = 398). Standard deviations have been estimated with maximum entropy bootstrapping for timeseries ( Vinod & López-de-Lacalle, 2009 ) with 1,000... More
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Proportion of imagined stories with 95% confidence intervals for original a...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 4. Proportion of imagined stories with 95% confidence intervals for original and modified musical excerpts that were originally high in topicality and low in contrast (left pair of bars) compared with those that were originally high in contrast and low in topicality (right pair of bars). Ex... More
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Correlations between classical and rock tonal hierarchies and the  Krumhans...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 4. Correlations between classical and rock tonal hierarchies and the Krumhansl & Kessler (1982 ) major tonal hierarchy. Each dot represents a participant and the heavy black dot displays the mean and standard error. More
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Mean blend ratings for each timbral combination category. Means that are no...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 6. Mean blend ratings for each timbral combination category. Means that are not significantly different according to Bonferroni-corrected post hoc tests are enclosed in boxes. More
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Song Condition x Truncation interaction for serial recall performance (prop...
Published: 01 June 2021
figure 3 . Song Condition x Truncation interaction for serial recall performance (proportion of digits correct) following presentation of music. Error bars represent ± 1 SE . More
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Krumhansl and Kessler’s (1982 ) major probe tone ratings. Adapted from valu...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 1. Krumhansl and Kessler’s (1982 ) major probe tone ratings. Adapted from values published by Krumhansl (1990 ). Probe tone 0 = Scale degree 1. More
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Effect of the listener’s L2-proficiency on the speed (panel A, cycles 1-8) ...
Published: 01 June 2021
Figure 5. Effect of the listener’s L2-proficiency on the speed (panel A, cycles 1-8) and the strength of STS in their native (panel B) and non-native (panel C) language. Responses after repetition (shown in panels B and C) were collected on an 8-point Likert scale from 1 ( clearly speech ) to 8 ( ... More