5 Must-Read Articles at the 14th International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition

5.cover-sourceThe 14th International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition begins this week in San Francisco, CA. Get caught up on important research in the field with the 5 most-read articles recently published by Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Enjoy free access to these #ICMPC14 “must-reads” from today through the end of the conference on July 9.

ICMPC14 conference attendees: Be sure to meet the new Incoming Editor of Music Perception, Catherine (Kate) Stevens, at the conference. For more information on her incoming editorship, visit mp.ucpress.edu.

 


Popular Articles From Music Perception

The Psychological Representation of Musical Intervals in a Twelve-Tone Context
Jenine L. Brown

Real-Time Probing of Modulations in South Indian Classical (Carnātic) Music by Indian and Western Musicians
Rachna Raman and W. Jay Dowling

A Neurodynamic Account of Musical Tonality
Edward W. Large, Ji Chul Kim, Nicole Kristine Flaig, Jamshed J. Bharucha, and Carol Lynne Krumhansl

Auditory Scene Analysis and the Perception of Sound Mass in Ligeti’s Continuum
Chelsea Douglas, Jason Noble, and Stephen McAdams

Roll Over Beethoven? An Initial Investigation of Listeners’ Perception of Chords Used in Rock Music
Lincoln G. Craton, Daniel S. Juergens, Hannah R. Michalak, and Christopher R. Poirier


Want more articles from Music Perception? Enjoy access to a free sample issue from now through December 2016: a special issue on “Milestones in Music Cognition” (Vol. 33, No. 3).