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Re: Search for online empirical projects

Hi Stefanie,

You may already be aware of Henkjan Honing's paper on this topic:
and he's published a number of his online studies as well (look for
the complete list of publications on http://cf.hum.uva.nl/mmm/ )

I am currently in the process of analysing and writing up two online
experiments (which I also posted on this list, they're not as
meter-related as Henkjan's though), and am happy to provide you with
any specific information, just send me a personal email.

Best, Rebecca

On Sun, Sep 2, 2012 at 7:03 PM, Stefanie Acevedo
<starwarsgeek1138@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am compiling a list/review of empirical research that has been done online. We are trying to set up some experiments online to reach a larger population and thus we are looking for previous research for information on methodology/analysis/etc.
> I know many projects have been announced on the auditory listserv (whose archives I will search), but if you know of any that have led to publication and/or have summarized results, please let me know. Of high interest are meter-perception based studies, but any auditory research is helpful.
> Thank you,
> Stefanie
> Stefanie Acevedo, M.M.
> Ph.D. Student, Music Theory - Yale University
> <stefanie.acevedo@xxxxxxxx>
> http://www.stefanieacevedo.com