Acoustic, neural, and perceptual correlates of polyphonic timbre
Published inJyväskylä studies in humanities
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
monophonic timbre polyphonic timbre acoustic features perceptual dimensions fMRI functional magnetic resonance imaging non-parametric statistical significance estimation polyfonia homofonia sointiväri akustiikka korrelaatio tunteet havaitseminen aivot aivokuori aivotutkimus kognitiiviset prosessit toiminnallinen magneettikuvaus musiikkipsykologia
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