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Expression and Communication of Structure in Music Performance: Measurements and Models  

E. Bisesi and Luke Windsor

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Jan 2016
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Feb 2015
The question of how musical structure may be expressed and communicated in music performance has been studied in past decades both theoretically and empirically. Underlying principles have ... More

Gestalts as ecological templates  

Jan J. Koenderink

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Aug 2015
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Mar 2014
Visual awareness is commonly considered as due to a complex algorithmic system, implemented by the brain, processing raw optical structure. It may be called ‘inverse optics’, and is an ... More

Hypnosis and the brain  

Arreed F. Barabasz and Marianne Barabasz

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Mar 2008
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Sep 2012
As a result of new sophisticated neurophysiological techniques and technologies, the understanding of the neurological foundations of the hypnotic state has been greatly extended. And the ... More

Methodological background: Experimental phenomenology  

Jan J. Koenderink

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Aug 2015
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Mar 2014
‘Facts’ of physics, experimental psychology (that is dry physiology), and experimental phenomenology exist on disparate ontological levels. Any objective–subjective distinction is ... More

Methodology for Investigating Human Metamemory: Problems and Pitfalls  

John Dunlosky, Michael L. Mueller, and Keith W. Thiede

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Jun 2016
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Jun 2015
Research on metamemory focuses on a core set of issues that pertain to people’s beliefs about memory, their monitoring of memory, and their control of memory. To address these issues, ... More

Philosophical background: Phenomenology  

Liliana Albertazzi

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Aug 2015
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Mar 2014
This chapter presents the philosophical roots of phenomenology, starting from Brentano’s empirical and descriptive psychology based on the key concepts of intentional reference, mental ... More

WordNet: An Electronic Lexical Resource  

Christiane Fellbaum

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Oct 2017
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Apr 2015
WordNet, a large lexical database of English, was conceived as a model of human semantic organization. Evidence from timing experiments, association norms, and distributional properties of ... More

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