Dissertation Dissaster (David Spondike )

Subject: Dissertation Dissaster
From:    David Spondike  <Dspondike(at)AOL.COM>
Date:    Fri, 27 Oct 2000 08:36:42 EDT

Hello List: This may be a bit unconventional, but it seems foolish to waste such a wonderful resource such as the pool of knowledge that aggregates around this list. I have come up against my first dissertation dissaster; my pilot experiment produced unreliable results. I am researching the effect of source tone and resonant spectral peak frequency difference on the perceptual grouping of crossing musical scales. I have posted an abstract, the methodology, the CSound files used to create the stimuli, and a brief description of what I think may be the possible problems on my website. I would appreciate responses from anyone who might have suggestions or criticism on the design, method, stimuli, or problems that lie therein. The web address is: http://members.aol.com/dshp3/diss/problems.html Sincerely (troubled), David Spondike Dspondike(at)aol.com

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