Kyriakos Michael Tsiappoutas

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The observation that physically present visual stimuli can sometimes disappear from consciousness has intrigued vision scientists for centuries. Two situations are known to cause such disappearance: stationary peripheral images and images (centrally or peripherally viewed) masked by abrupt contrast increments of stimuli in adjacent retinal areas. Both of(More)
A Byzantine Music piece performed by a well recognized chanter is used in order to derive experimentally the mean frequencies of the first five tones (D – A) of the diatonic scale of Byzantine Music. Then the experimentally derived frequencies are compared with frequencies proposed by two theoretical scales, both representative of traditional Byzantine(More)
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