Bradley M Marks

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A melody's identity is determined by relations between consecutive tones in terms of pitch and duration, whereas surface features (i.e., pitch level or key, tempo, and timbre) are irrelevant. Although surface features of highly familiar recordings are encoded into memory, little is known about listeners' mental representations of melodies heard once or(More)
Oxytocin content has been measured by radioimmunoassay in microdissected hypothalamic nuclei. Equal concentrations of oxytocin were found in the supraoptic and the paraventricular nuclei, indicating that both are major sources of the hormone. The concentration of oxytocin in the median eminence was more than three times that in either the supraoptic or the(More)
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