Re: Seashore test (Al Bregman )

Subject: Re: Seashore test
From:    Al Bregman  <bregman(at)HEBB.PSYCH.MCGILL.CA>
Date:    Tue, 25 Apr 2000 18:29:14 -0400

Dear Stuart and List, Under a pile of dust and debris in my lab, I found an incomplete album of disks entitled, "Seashore Measures of Musical Talents", Revised by Seashore Lewis and Saetveit, recorded by RCA Victor. The following sides are intact: Series A, III. Time Series A, IV. Timbre Series A, V. Rhythm Series A, VI. Memory Series B, I. Pitch Series B, II. Loudness Series B, III. Time Series B, IV. Timbre Series B, V. Rhythm Series B, VI. Memory Apparently Parts I and II of Series A are missing. If you would like to have us clean up any of these and make a tape for you, we will try. The disks are heavy and I suspect they are 78 RPM recordings. There is no booklet. Cheers, Al ------------------------------------------------------------ Albert S. Bregman, Emeritus Professor Psychology Dept., McGill University 1205 Docteur Penfield Avenue Montreal, QC, CANADA H3A 1B1 Tel: +1 (514) 398-6103 Fax: -4986 ------------------------------------------------------------ ----- Original Message ----- From: Stuart Rosen <stuart(at)PHONETICS.UCL.AC.UK> To: <AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA> Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2000 12:34 PM Subject: Seashore test > A couple of years ago, I asked if anyone had copies of the Seashore Musical > tests. I received some Sun UNIX programs to run subtests, as well as a tape > copy of the tests. It turns out that one of the subtests on the tape (the > final test of tonal memory) was incomplete. Does anyone else have the > original disc, or a tape copy? > > Thank you for your help. > > ------------------------------------------------------------------- > Stuart Rosen, Ph.D. > Professor of Speech and Hearing Science > Dept. of Phonetics & Linguistics > University College London > 4 Stephenson Way > London NW1 2HE > England > > Tel. (44 20) 7679 7404 > Fax. (44 20) 7383 0752 > > >

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