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influence of set upon melodic expectancy

Calvin Lee White

influence of set upon melodic expectancy

by Calvin Lee White

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Published by [s.n.] in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Melody.,
  • Music -- Psychology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Calvin Lee White.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3834 W458 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 79 p.
    Number of Pages79
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16669653M

      According to psychologist Albert Bandura, reciprocal determinism is a model composed of three factors that influence behavior: the environment, the individual, and the behavior ing to this theory, an individual's behavior influences and is influenced by . Start studying Musical Elements: Melody, Medieval Period and Hildegard Review, Renaissance and Dowland Review, Harmony, Texture, and Rhythm, EXAM I REVIEW (ALL SETS COMBINED). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

    1 In , life expectancy (at birth) for all Americans was years; by , life expectancy was years. 2 Age-adjusted death rates, which reflect the likelihood of death at a given age, fell 39 percent from to , for the population as a whole. In his book A Mind So Rare, he writes: "The social environment includes many factors that impinge on development, from bonding and competitive stress to the social facilitation of learning. These can affect brain functioning in many ways, but usually they have no direct influence on functional brain architecture.

    Expectancy theory (16/9) (or expectancy theory of motivation) proposes that an individual will behave or act in a certain way because they are motivated to select a specific behavior over others due to what they expect the result of that selected behavior will be. In essence, the motivation of the behavior selection is determined by the desirability of the outcome. influence (ĭn′flo͞o-əns) n. 1. A power affecting a person, thing, or course of events, especially one that operates without any direct or apparent effort: the pervasive influence that TV has on modern life; young people falling under the influence of a radical philosopher. 2. Power to sway or affect based on prestige, wealth, ability, or.


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Influence of set upon melodic expectancy by Calvin Lee White Download PDF EPUB FB2

In music cognition and musical analysis, the study of melodic expectation considers the engagement of the brain's predictive mechanisms in response to music. For example, if the ascending musical partial octave "do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti- " is heard, listeners familiar with Western music will have a strong expectation to hear or provide one more note, "do", to complete the octave.

The output--melodic expectation at each time instant--is a single function of time. Margulis's model describes three distinct types of listener reactions, each derived from listener-experienced tension: Surprise-Tension - inversely proportional to degree of expectancy; results in intensity or dynamism.

Melodic expectancies among children and adults were examined. In Experiment 1, adults, year-olds, and 8-year-olds rated how well individual test tones continued fragments of melodies.

nisms underlying the generation of melodic expecta-tions. Narmour (, ) has proposed a detailed and influential theory of expectancy in melody which attempts to characterize the set of implied continuations to an incomplete melodic sequence.

According to the theory, the expectations of. Our findings suggest that melodic expectancy influences the processing of language pitch expectancy. We reveal that musical expertise modulates the nature of such influence, by facilitating the processing of unexpected events, and by providing a more refined response to pitch not only in music, but also in by: 8.

The present study assesses two types of models for melodic complexity: one based on expectancy violations and the other one related to an information-theoretic account of redundancy in music.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Descriptive models of music cognition propose various principles as underlying melodic expectancy, however there is very little discussion regarding the processes involved in the acquisition of melodic expectation.

To explore the potential role of learning processes, a simple recurrent network (SRN) was trained on a. ADVERTISEMENTS: Some of the most important theories of motivation are as follows: 1.

Maslow’s Need Hierarchy Theory 2. Herzberg’s Motivation Hygiene Theory 3. McClelland’s Need Theory 4. McGregor’s Participation Theory 5. Urwick’s Theory Z 6.

Argyris’s Theory 7. Vroom’s Expectancy Theory 8. Porter and Lawler’s Expectancy Theory. From the very beginning, when the human. The results of both reaction time and accuracy data indicated that expectancy gener ation depended upon the interactive influence of tempo ral and melodic structure, so that expectancies did not independently arise from a consistent accentuation of meaningful tonal intervals (i.e., phrase ending points), nor from an invariant periodicity of.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. the pattern of melodic expectancies generated by a computational model to those of human subjects observed in previously reported experiments. The second aim was to examine which melodic fea-tures present in or simply derivable from the musical surface afford regularities that might be used to acquire the observed patterns of melodic expectancy.

melodic expectancy and melodic memory. In Experiment 1, listeners rated the degree to which different endings confirmed their expectations for a set of melodies. After providing these expectancy ratings, listeners received a recognition memory test in which they discriminated previously heard melodies from new melodies.

Recogni. Studer, S. Knecht, in Progress in Brain Research, Expectancy Value Theory. Expectancy Value Theory (Vroom, ) postulates that motivation for a given behavior or action is determined by two factors: (i) expectancy, ie, how probable it is that a wanted (instrumental) outcome is achieved through the behavior or action; (ii) value, ie, how much the individual values the desired.

Expectancy theory of motivation argues that the strength of a tendency to act in a certain way depends on the strength of an expectation that the act will be followed by a given outcome and on the attractiveness of that outcome to the individual.

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MELODIC-EXPECTATION RULES AS LEARNED HEURISTICS Paul T. von Hippel Ohio State University ABSTRACT Evidence is presented that certain rules of melodic expectation are learned rather than innate.

In an experiment, 28 trained musicians and 12 non-musicians were asked to predict the direction of controlled experimental melodies. of the I-R and Two-Factor models by applying them to a set of expectancy ratings reported by Cuddy and Lunney ().

Expectancy ratings are collected through a melodic expectation task wherein participants are played a melodic fragment (i.e., a melody ending in an implicative interval) followed by a probe tone.

The participants are asked to rate. While different forms of musical expectancy (e.g., melodic, rhythmic, harmonic) have been the subject of many important theoretical and empirical investigations (e.g., Schmuckler, ; Narmour, ; Schellenberg, ; Krumhansl et al., ; Large and Jones, ; Huron, ), melodic expectancy in particular has been a focus for.

But melody is far older than single line of melody was highly developed—e.g., in medieval European and Byzantine plainchant, in the melodies of the trouvères and troubadours, and in the ragas and maqāmāt (melody types) of Indian and Arab ing several lines of melody at once is polyphony, varying a melody in different ways in simultaneous performance is heterophony.

Advances in chemistry led to the rise of gunpowder, while a new model of mathematics stimulated new financial trading systems and made it easier than ever to navigate across the world. The ethnicity facts and figures website, a government audit of public services, shows the influence of ethnicity on a range of areas covering health.

Expectation in Melody: The Influence of Context and Learning. By Geraint A. Wiggins and Marcus T. Pearce. Abstract. The Implication-Realization (IR) theory (Narmour, ) posits two cognitive systems involved in the generation of melodic expectations: The first consists of a limited number of symbolic rules that are held to be innate and.In the expectancy-value theory, both expectancies and values play an important role in predicting an individual's future decisions, engagement, persistence, and achievement.

According to the Expectancy-Value theory, motivation depends on an individual's retention of positive expectancies and values.