MusicMUSC 206D Music Perception and Cognition

Investigations in the psychology of musical listening and awareness. Topics include time and rhythm perception, auditory scene analysis, pattern recognition, and theories of linguistics applied to harmony, melody, and form in the music of diverse cultures. Explores applications of the cognitive sciences to music transcription, analysis, composition, interpretation, and performance practice. Students apply existing knowledge in the cognitive sciences to a developing creative or analytical project, or develop and conduct new experiments.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Instructor

Benjamin Carson

Repeatable for credit

Yes