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Researchers find that people who think they have perfect pitch may not be as in tune as they think. Their findings show that people with perfect pitch failed to notice a gradual change in pitch while listening to music. ... More>
Individuals who learn two languages at an early age seem to switch back and forth between separate "sound systems" for each language, according to new research. ... More>
The metaphors we use to describe musical pitch aren’t just linguistic flourishes — visual cues have different effects on our perception of musical pitch depending on the metaphors we use. ... More>
University of Bergen, Norway www.uib.no/persons/Kristiina.Kompus What does your research focus on? Involuntary cognition, that is: complex mental acts which occur without volition or intention to perform them. For instance, involuntary […]... More>
New research from Psychological Science examines the nuanced relationship between language and different types of perception. ... More>