The Shepard–Risset glissando: music that moves you

@article{Mursic2017TheSG,
  title={The Shepard–Risset glissando: music that moves you},
  author={Rebecca Mursic and Bernhard E. Riecke and Deborah Apthorp and Stephen A. Palmisano},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={235},
  pages={3111-3127}
}
Sounds are thought to contribute to the perceptions of self-motion, often via higher-level, cognitive mechanisms. This study examined whether illusory self-motion (i.e. vection) could be induced by auditory metaphorical motion stimulation (without providing any spatialized or low-level sensory information consistent with self-motion). Five different types of auditory stimuli were presented in mono to our 20 blindfolded, stationary participants (via a loud speaker array): (1) an ascending… CONTINUE READING
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