Empirical Musicology Review: Volume 4, Number 1 (2009)

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Journal home page: http://emusicology.org

Empirical Musicology Review Vol. 4, No. 1, 2009

Issue DOI: https://doi.org/10.18061/1811/36265

Editor's Note
Thompson, Bill p. 1
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Western Classical Music in the Minor Mode Is Slower (Except in the Romantic Period)
Post, Olaf; Huron, David pp. 2-10
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Why Does Music Therapy Help in Autism?
Khetrapal, Neha pp. 11-18
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A Simpler Explanation for Vestibular Influence on Beat Perception: No Specialized Unit Needed
Riggle, Mark pp. 19-22
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Mode and Tempo in Western Classical Music of the Common- Practice Era: My Grandmother Was Largely Right – but No One Knows Why
Konečni, Vladimir J. pp. 23-26
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Commentary on "Why Does Music Therapy Help in Autism?" by N. Khetrapal
Bhatara, Anjali K. pp. 27-31
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Extracting the Beat: An Experience-dependent Complex Integration of Multisensory Information Involving Multiple Levels of the Nervous System
Trainor, Laurel J.; Unrau, Andrea pp. 32-36
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General Intelligence and Modality-specific Differences in Performance: A Response to Schellenberg (2008)
Tierney, Adam T.; Bergeson, Tonya R.; Pisoni, David B. pp. 37-39
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Announcements
Thompson, Bill pp. 40-43
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