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Selected theories of music perception

@inproceedings{Fiske1996SelectedTO,
  title={Selected theories of music perception},
  author={Harold E. Fiske},
  year={1996}
}
This study is an historical and philosophical analysis of eight major theories that concern music perception, cognition, and meaning. These theories, developed in the 20th century, are among those most often cited by the music psychology and philosophy research literature. Included are Carl Seashore's theory of musical inheritance, Information theory, Mary Louise Serafine's theory of music as thought, music cognition versus speech cognition, neural network and Connectionist theory, and the… 
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