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MTS Lecture Series: How Music is Perceived and Remembered

March 31, 2014 - 3:00 pm

The spring semester's MTS lecture series focuses on music, movement and cognition. Carol Krumhansl of Cornell University gives the next talk, entitled "How Music is Perceived and Remembered."

The talks are at 3 p.m. in Chancellor's Conference Room (KL 232) unless otherwise noted. This semester's lineup features:

  • April 7: Joel Snyder, University of Nevada, Las Vegas: "Auditory Stream Segregation"
  • April 14: David Kirsh, UC San Diego: "Insights on Insight and Creativity"
  • April 21: Scott Makeig, Swartz Center, UC San Diego: "Brain Dynamics in Creativity and Musical Expression"
  • April 28: Petr Janata, UC Davis: "Being in the Groove: Brain Mechanisms Underlying Dynamic Cooperativity"

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