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It's About Time: Music as a Cognitive Skill: Symposium Papers on-line
Dear AUDITORY list,
Four papers from a symposium entitled 'It's About Time: Music as a
Cognitive Skill' held within the Fourth Conference of the Australasian
Cognitive Science Society at the University of Newcastle are now on-line
and open for commentary. The papers form Issue 8 of the Open Forum of
'Noetica' - an electronic journal relating to Cognitive Science.
Details of the URL, contents, and instructions to authors who wish to
submit commentary, follow. Please distribute the announcement to
colleagues and students who may be interested. We look forward to
receiving your commentary.
Issue Eight of Noetica: Open Forum is now available and open for
commentary. You may access Noetica at:
Volume 3 - 1998
Issue 8. It's About Time: Music as a Cognitive Skill
Papers written for the Australasian Cognitive Science Conference,
University of Newcastle, September 1997.
Foreword: Kate Stevens.
Article: Judith Sheridan and J. Devin McAuley. Rhythm as a Cognitive
Skill: Temporal Processing Deficits in Autism.
Article: Peter Keller. The role of metric frameworks in the processing
and representation of musical rhythm.
Article: Jeffrey Pressing. Cognitive complexity and the structure of
Article: Kate Stevens, J. Devin McAuley, & Michael S. Humphreys.
Relational Information in Memory for Music: The Interaction of Melody,
Rhythm, Text and Instrument.
If you would like to submit a commentary on any of these articles see
Instructions for Authors on the Noetica home page.
Dr Kate Stevens
Department of Psychology, FASS 4B
University of Western Sydney, Macarthur
PO Box 555, Campbelltown NSW 2560 Australia
Phone: (+612) 9772 6324; Fax: (+612) 9772 6584