Research in Music Acquisition

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/10/11 Research in Music Acquisition: Jill Reese Music Learning and Development Fall 2009
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4/10/11 do we become Interaction between genes and environment…nature and nurture (Plomin & Bergeman, 1991; Gordon, 2007) Prenatal hearing 16-20-months-old Maternal singing Western classical music Adults speaking How When
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4/10/11 Pitch Identify contour first (similar to maternal speech) Trehub, 2003; Fernald, 1991; Chang & Trehub, 1977 Detect semitone changes in pitch Trehub, 1999 Identify melody with a change in pitch as new
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4/10/11 Rhythm Perceive rhythm in patterns or groups rather than isolated sound events Discriminate between duple and triple meter Perceive ambiguous rhythm differently depending on concurrent movement experience
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Sensitivity dependent on interval quality Shellenberg & Trehub, 1996; Trainor & Trehub, 1993 Differences in sensitivity to
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2011 for the course MUSIC ED 2665 taught by Professor Reesedodd during the Fall '09 term at Temple.

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