This project combines automated signal processing techniques with perceptual experiments to identify diversity in cross-cultural perceptions of musical similarity, and try to develop automated algorithms that can capture such similarities.
This project aims to combine perceptual experiments and automated analysis to develop objective standards to improve the reliability and transparency of copyright infringement lawsuits.
This project aims to use behavioral experiments to provide scientific evidence regarding the causal relationship between music performance and social cooperation.
This project uses both automated analysis and perceptual experiments to examine cross-cultural diversity in perception and production of musical pitches. It aims to determine the biological and cultural bases of aesthetic responses to musical intervals.