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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 12

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Even if there is, it might not have separate neural processing circuitry y.  can argue that there isn t music module but general auditory recognition
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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 9b

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 characterized the psychological present as the temporal span of attention.  this window can continually shift in time. If you ask listeners to group
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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 10

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 7

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Illusion sounds like in the right ear, you hear scale going down and then back up. In left ear, hear scale going up and then down first note occurs in
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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 8

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Musical expectancy y expectancy- some earlier set of events sets up/anticipates an expectation for a future event y.  are processes that fulfill our m
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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 9a

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Tonality and Expectations article summary

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

the complexities of rhythm article summary

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Rhythm versus non-rhythm y first step in defining rhythm would be to make clear the difference between rhythm and non-rhythm; will find one or more of
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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

music organization article summary

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Look at ways to describe local and global organizations of melodies. Local pattern organization y y y y y y. Recall example 5a, in which pitch separati
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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

chapter 6

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Insight contributes to a stronger sense of self. Depressed patient experience world as slow and dark.  researchers may also believe that perceptual an
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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

chapter 10

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 6

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 5

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 1

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 3

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Lecture 4

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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierFall

Biological Clocks and Sleep

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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierFall

Eating and Hunger

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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierFall

Lecture 1

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UTSCNROC61H3Le BoutillierFall

Lecture 2

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Chapter 3

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Chapter 2

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UTSCPSYC56H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Chapter 1

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