A ROLE OF METRICAL STRUCTURE IN IMPLICIT MEMORY OF RHYTHM PERCEPTION: TOWARD A COMPUTATIONAL MODELING OF PERCEPTION PROCESS OF METRICAL STRUCTURE

Publication Type:

Conference Paper

Authors:

Yasuhiro GOTO

Source:

SMC Conference 2004 (2004)

URL:

files/proceedings/2004/P44.pdf

Abstract:

Memory for rhythmic tone sequence plays an important roll in rhythm perce ption and variety of study has been made on it. Previous study suggests, for instance, that more easily it is perceived, more easily it is memorized. In recent years there has been renewal of interest in implicit memory for musical information. In this study, the implicit memory for rhythmic tone sequence was examined. The aim of this study was to investigate the implicit memory for musical rhythm from the viewpoint of cognitive psychology. An experiment using priming and recognition tasks was performed to clarify the nature of implicit memory for rhythmic tone sequences. Two types of measure,