Bibliography of Cognitive Science and Music


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Dalbokova, Dafina; and Pencho Kolev; "Cognitive and Affective Relations in Perception of Auditory Stimuli in the Presence of Music " , Psychomusicology: A Journal of Research in Music Cognition 11 pp. 141-151.


Davidson, Lyle; Torff, Bruce; "Situated cognition in music" , The world of music: Journal of the International Institute for Traditional Music vol. 34, no. 3 pp. 120-139..


DeBellis, Mark; Music and Conceptualization , New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995.


DeBellis, Mark; "Conceptions of Musical Structure" , Midwest Studies in Philosophy 16 (1991), pp. 378-393.


Deliege, Irene on listening and comprehensio; "A perceptual approach to contemporary musical forms" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 213-230.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Deliege,, Celestin; "On form as actually experienced" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 101-116.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Demorest, Steven McGregor; "An information integration approach to modeling developmental differences in musical cognition", ( PhD, Music, University of Wisconsin, Madison )


Demorest, Steven M; "Information Integration Theory: An Approach to the Study of Cognitive Development in Music " , Journal of Research in Music Education 40:2 pp. 126-138.


Desain, Peter; Honing, Henkjan; Music, mind and machine: Studies in computer music, music cognition and artificial intelligence , Amsterdam: Thesis

The design of machines to make computer music is explored. In music cognition, mental processes of perception and apprehension are investigated. In artificial intelligence, the mind is approached as a machine, and machines are built to learn more about the mind. Musicology, psychology, and computer science are linked to each other in various research disciplines. One such area is the study of the perception and representation of musical time and temporal structure. (author)


Desain, Peter; "Can computer music benefit from cognitive models of rhythm perception?" . In Proceedings: International Computer Music Conference, pp. 42-45. San Francisco: nternational Computer Music Association


Deutsch, Diana; "Paradoxes of Musical Pitch" , Scientific American 267:2 (August 1992), pp. 88-95.


Dibben, Nicola; "The Cognitive Reality of Hierarchic Structure in Tonal and Atonal Music" , Music Perception 12:1 pp. 1-26.


Dougherty, Tom; "Reviews: Publications--"Thinking in Sound: The Cognitive Psychology of Human Audition" edited by Stephen McAdams and Emmanuel Bigand " , Computer Music Journal 19:4 pp. 101-103.


Dowling, W. Jay Isabelle; and Morais, Jose; "Simplicity and complexity in music and cognition" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 247-254.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Duchez, Marie-Elisabeth on listening and co; "An historical and epistemological approach to the musical notion of "form-bearing" element" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 199-212.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Dufourt, Hugues on listening and comprehensi; "Music and cognitive psychology: Form-bearing elements" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 231-236.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Dura, Marian; "The kinesthetic dimension of the music listening experience", ( Ph.D., Music Education, Northwestern University )

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