Grouping of Sequential SoundsAn Event-Related Potential Study Comparing Musicians and Nonmusicians

@article{Zuijen2004GroupingOS,
  title={Grouping of Sequential SoundsAn Event-Related Potential Study Comparing Musicians and Nonmusicians},
  author={Titia L. van Zuijen and Elyse Sussman and Istvn Winkler and Risto Ntnen and Mari Tervaniemi},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={331-338}
}
It is believed that auditory processes governing grouping and segmentation of sounds are automatic and represent universal aspects of music perception (e.g., they are independent of the listener's musical skill). The present study challenges this view by showing that musicians and nonmusicians differ in their ability to preattentively group consecutive sounds. We measured event-related potentials (ERPs) from professional musicians and nonmusicians who were presented with isochronous tone… CONTINUE READING

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