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Music Perception (2024) 41 (3): 161–175.
Published: 01 February 2024
...Imre Lahdelma; Tuomas Eerola This study tested whether chords that do not differ in acoustic roughness but that have distinct affective connotations are strong enough to prime negative and positive associations measurable with an affective priming method. We tested whether musically dissonant...
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Music Perception (2020) 38 (1): 78–98.
Published: 09 September 2020
...Tanja Linnavalli; Juha Ojala; Laura Haveri; Vesa Putkinen; Kaisamari Kostilainen; Sirke Seppänen; Mari Tervaniemi Consonance and dissonance are basic phenomena in the perception of chords that can be discriminated very early in sensory processing. Musical expertise has been shown to facilitate...
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Music Perception (2019) 36 (5): 448–456.
Published: 01 June 2019
... semitones), played using a piano timbre. Each of these dyads created an inharmonic complex spectrum, which has been found to lead tone combinations to sound relatively dissonant (e.g., Bowling, Purves, & Gill, 2017 ; Prete, Fabri, Foschi, Brancucci, & Tommasi, 2016 ). The first type of altered...
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Music Perception (2015) 32 (5): 460–469.
Published: 01 June 2015
...George A. Seror, III; W. Trammell Neill Two experiments examined whether discrimination of component pitches in a harmonic interval is affected by the consonance or dissonance of the interval. A single probe pitch (B or C) was followed by a two note harmonic interval including that pitch (e.g., C...
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Music Perception (2012) 30 (1): 19–35.
Published: 01 September 2012
...Phil N. Johnson-Laird; Olivia E. Kang; Yuan Chang Leong psychoacoustic theories of dissonance often follow Helmholtz and attribute it to partials (fundamental frequencies or overtones) near enough in frequency to affect the same region of the basilar membrane and therefore to cause roughness, i.e...
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Music Perception (2009) 27 (1): 25–42.
Published: 01 September 2009
...Norman D. Cook ATTEMPTS TO EXPLAIN HARMONY PERCEPTION SINCE Helmholtz (1877/1954) have relied primarily on psychoacoustical models of the dissonance among the partials of chord tones. Those models are successful in explaining interval perception and the interval structure of common scales, but do...