Musical difficulties are rare: a study of "tone deafness" among university students.

@article{Cuddy2005MusicalDA,
  title={Musical difficulties are rare: a study of "tone deafness" among university students.},
  author={Lola L. Cuddy and L L Balkwill and Isabelle Peretz and Ronald R. Holden},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2005},
  volume={1060},
  pages={
          311-24
        }
}
  • Lola L. Cuddy, L L Balkwill, +1 author Ronald R. Holden
  • Published in
    Annals of the New York…
    2005
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • This study was concerned with self-reported "tone deafness" and its possible relationship to congenital amusia. Nearly 17% of over 2,000 first-year psychology students at Queen's University self-reported tone deafness. Two hundred students were recruited from this pool of students, comprising 100 who reported tone deafness and 100 who reported that they were not tone-deaf (NTD). The study contained two parts. In part 1, participants completed the six tests of the Montreal Battery of Evaluation… CONTINUE READING

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