SMPC 2011: SCHEDULE

Schedule at a Glance

Capital letters indicate paper sessions. Click on a time to see detailed content for those sessions (or scroll down). (Have questions or see errors? Contact David Temperley, dtemperley@esm.rochester.edu.)
Thursday August 11
9:00-10:20 ABSOLUTE PITCH EVOLUTION
10:20-10:40 Break
10:40-12:00 EMOTION 1 CROSS-MODAL EFFECTS
12:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:40 DEVELOPMENT TIMBRE
15:40-16:00 Break
16:00-18:30 Plenary Session (President's Address, Achievement Award, Announcements, Keynote Lecture)
18:30 Opening Reception
Friday August 12
7:30-9:00 Student Breakfast
9:00-10:20 IMAGERY / INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AUDITORY SYSTEM
10:20-10:40 Break
10:40-12:00 SYMPOSIUM: SPEECH RHYTHM AND MELODY PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES
12:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:40 CROSS-CULTURAL EFFECTS NEUROSCIENCE
15:40-16:00 Break
16:00-18:00 Poster Session I
18:00 East End Festival
Saturday August 13
9:00-10:20 RHYTHM 1 COGNITION 1 METATHEORETICAL APPROACHES
10:20-10:40 Break
10:40-12:00 RHYTHM 2 TONALITY AND MELODY COMPUTATIONAL MODELING
12:00-13:00 Business Meeting
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:40 EMOTION 2 COGNITION 2 MUSIC AND LANGUAGE
15:40-16:00 Break
16:00-17:30 Poster Session II
17:45-18:45 Lecture-Recital
19:00 Banquet
Sunday August 14
9:00-10:20 EMOTION 3 PERFORMANCE 1
10:20-10:40 Break
10:40-12:00 ANALYTICAL APPROACHES PERFORMANCE 2
12:00 End of conference

Detailed Schedule

Thursday, August 11

Th-AM-I
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ABSOLUTE PITCH EVOLUTION
9:00-9:20 Vivek V. Sharma & Daniel J. Levitin, "Effects of musical instrument on absolute pitch ability" Lisa Chan, Lucy McGarry, Vanessa Corpuz, & Frank Russo, "An empirical test of the honest signal hypothesis"
9:20-9:40 Psyche Loui, Anna Zamm, & Gottfried Schlaug, "Emotional Judgment in Absolute Pitch" Richard Parncutt, "Defining music as a step toward explaining its origin"
9:40-10:00 Elizabeth W. Marvin & Elissa L. Newport, "The Absolute-Pitch Continuum: Evidence of Incipient AP without Training" Leonid Perlovsky, "Musical Emotions: Functions, Origins, Evolution"
10:00-10:20 Ronald Weisman, Laura-Lee Balkwill, Marisa Hoeschele, Michele Moscicki, & Christopher Sturdy, "Identifying Absolute Pitch Possessors Without Using A Note-Naming Task" Patrick Savage, Tom Rzeszutek, Victor Grauer, Yingfen Wang, Jean Trejaut, Marie Lin, & Steven Brown, "Music as a marker of human migrations: An analysis of 'singing' vs. 'songs'"
10:20-10:40 BREAK
Th-AM-II
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EMOTION 1 CROSS-MODAL EFFECTS
10:40-11:00 Megan Trenck, Peter Martens, & Jeff Larsen, "The Power of Music: Composing Emotions" Steven R. Livingstone, Caroline Palmer, Marcelo Wanderley, & William Forde Thompson, "Production and perception of facial expressions during vocal performance"
11:00-11:20 Lucy M. McGarry & Frank A. Russo , "The effects of expertise on movement-mediated emotional processing in music" Manuela M. Marin, Bruno Gingras, & Joydeep Bhattacharya, "Differential effects of arousal and pleasantness in crossmodal emotional transfer from the musical to the complex visual domain"
11:20-11:40 David Temperley & Daphne Tan, "The Emotional Connotations of Diatonic Modes" Steven C. Hedger, Howard C. Nusbaum, & Berthold Hoeckner, "The message in music: Music can convey the idea of movement"
11:40-12:00 Peter Martens & Jeff Larsen, "Emotional responses to (modern) modes" Carol Lynne Krumhansl & Jennifer Huang, "Effects of Stage Behavior, Expertise, Composer, and Modality of Presentation on Piano Performance Evaluation"
12:00-14:00 LUNCH
Th-PM
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DEVELOPMENT TIMBRE
14:00-14:20 Mayumi Adachi, "Effects of interactions with young children on Japanese women's interpretation of musical babblings" Frederic Chiasson, Caroline Traube, Clement Lagarrigue, Bennett Smith & Stephen McAdams, "Koechlin's volume: Effects of native language and musical training on perception of auditory size among instrument timbres"
14:20-14:40 Sandra E. Trehub, Lily Zhou, Judy Plantinga, & Mayumi Adachi, "Age-related changes in children's singing" Damien Tardieu, Stephen McAdams, "Perception of dyads of impulsive and sustained sounds"
14:40-15:00 Aniruddh D. Patel, John R. Iversen, Melissa Brandon, & Jenny Saffran, "Do infants perceive the beat in music? A new perceptual test" TALK CANCELED
15:00-15:20 Kathleen A. Corrigall & Laurel J. Trainor, "The Development of Sensitivity to Key Membership and Harmony in Young Children" Sven-Amin Lembke & Stephen McAdams, "The relevance of spectral shape to perceptual blend between wind instrument timbres"
15:20-15:40 Manuela Filippa, "The effects of mothers' live singing and speaking on preterm infants: Preliminary results" Glenn Paul & Michael Schutz, "Using percussive sounds to improve the efficacy of auditory alarms in medical devices"
15:40-16:00 BREAK
16:00-18:30 PLENARY SESSION (PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS, ACHIEVEMENT AWARD, ANNOUNCEMENTS, KEYNOTE LECTURE)
18:30 OPENING RECEPTION

Friday, August 12

7:30-9:00 STUDENT BREAKFAST
Fr-AM-I
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IMAGERY / INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AUDITORY SYSTEM
9:00-9:20 Zohar Eitan & Roni Y. Granot, "Listeners' images of motion and the interaction of musical parameters" Jordan C. Schramm & Anne E. Luebke, "Musical Aptitude Predicts Ability to Discriminate Music and Speech from Background Noise "
9:20-9:40 Fernando Benadon & Madeline Winkler, "Crossmodal Analogues of Tempo Rubato" Mathieu R. Saindon, Sandra E. Trehub, & E. Glenn Schellenberg, "Music processing in deaf adults with cochlear implants"
9:40-10:00 Lisa Aufegger & Oliver Vitouch, "Training of instrument recognition by timbre in non-musicians: A rapid learning approach" Tonya R. Bergeson & Nathan Peterson, "Contribution of hearing aids to music perception by adult cochlear implant users"
10:00-10:20 J. Devin McAuley & Molly J. Henry, "More than just musical ability: Regulatory fit contributes to differences between musicians and non-musicians in music perception" Peter Cariani, "Interspike intervals, subharmonics, and harmony"
10:20-10:40 BREAK
Fr-AM-II
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SYMPOSIUM: MUSICAL MODELS OF SPEECH RHYTHM AND MELODY PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES
10:40-11:00 Steven Brown, Ivan Chow, Kyle Weishaar, & Jordan Milko, "The music of speech: Heterometers and melodic arches" Laura A. Mitchell, Jeffrey S. Mogil, Theo Koulis & Daniel J. Levitin, "Music and pain perception: Investigating the role of attention"
11:00-11:20 Ivan Chow, Matthew Poon, & Steven Brown, "Are tone languages music? Rhythm and melody in spoken Cantonese" Olivia Ladinig, David Huron, Katelyn Horn, & Charles Brooks, "Enjoying Sad Music: A Test of the Prolactin Hypothesis"
11:20-11:40 Laura Dilley, "When is speech musical? Why we need concepts of meter, melody, and motif to understand prosody in spoken language" Laura A. Mitchell, Anna M.J.M. Paisley & Daniel J. Levitin, "Validating emotionally-representative musical selections: Relationship between psychophysiological response, perceived and felt emotion"
11:40-12:00 Robert Port, "Rhythmic production of speech and other behaviors" Finn Upham & Stephen McAdams, "Piece vs Performance: Comparing coordination of audiences' physiological responses to two different performances of Arcadelt's Il bianco e dolce cigno"
12:00-14:00 LUNCH
Fr-PM
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CROSS-CULTURAL EFFECTS NEUROSCIENCE
14:00-14:20 Shantala Hegde, Bhargavi Ramanujam & Arya Panikar, "Role of ragas of Hindustani classical music and tempo on appraisal of happy & sad emotion: A developmental study" Sibylle C. Herholz, Andrea R. Halpern & Robert J. Zatorre, "Individual differences in neuronal correlates of imagined and perceived tunes"
14:20-14:40 George Athanasopoulos, Nikki Moran, & Simon Frith, "Literacy makes a difference: a cross-cultural study on the graphic representation of music by communities in the United Kingdom, Japan and Papua New Guinea" S. V. Norman-Haignere, J. H. McDermott, E. Fedorenko & N. Kanwisher, "Cortical Regions Specialized for Music"
14:40-15:00 Beste Kalender, Sandra E. Trehub & E. Glenn Schellenberg, "Cross-cultural differences in meter perception" Aline Moussard, Emmanuel Bigand, & Isabelle Peretz, "Music as an aid to learn new verbal information in Alzheimer's disease"
15:00-15:20 Christine Beckett, "Auditory structural parsing of Irish jigs: The role of listener experience" Blake E. Butler & Laurel J. Trainor, "Examining the role of training and movement on rhythm perception in disc jockeys using EEG and behavioural thresholds"
15:20-15:40 Naresh N. Vempala & Frank A. Russo, "How Does Culture Affect Perception of Rhythm?" John R. Iversen, Aniruddh D. Patel, "Neural dynamics of beat perception"
15:40-16:00 BREAK
16:00-18:00 POSTER SESSION 1
18:00 EAST END FESTIVAL

Saturday, August 13

Sat-AM-I
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RHYTHM 1 COGNITION 1 METATHEORETICAL APPROACHES
9:00-9:20 Fiona Manning & Michael Schutz, "Tapping to hear: How 'moving to the beat' improves rhythmic sensitivity" Adena Schachner & Susan Carey, "Spontaneous goal inference without concrete external goals: Implications for the concept of dance" Eugene Narmour, "The Past and Future of Music Cognition, Cognitive Music Theory, and Music Theory"
9:20-9:40 J. Devin McAuley, Molly J. Henry, Prashanth Rajarajan, & Karli Nave, "Effect of movement on the metrical interpretation of ambiguous rhythms: Phillips-Silver and Trainor (2007) revisited." Dominique T. Vuvan & Mark A. Schmuckler, "Linking Perception to Cognition in the Statistical Learning of Tonal Hierarchies" Anna K. Tirovolas & Daniel J. Levitin, "26 Years of Music Perception: Trends in the field"
9:40-10:00 Emily Cogsdill & Justin London, "The Effect of Melodic Structure and Event Density on Perceived Tempo" Sabrina Koreimann & Oliver Vitouch, "Inattentional Deafness in Music: The Role of Expertise and Familiarity" Daphne Tan, "Past and present conceptions of music in the mind: An introduction to Ernst Kurth's "Musikpsychologie" (1931)"
10:00-10:20 Eve Poudrier & Bruno H. Repp, "Can Musicians Track Two Different Beats Simultaneously?" Kathleen Houlihan & Daniel J. Levitin, "Recognition of melodies from rhythm and pitch" Eugene Narmour, "Toward a Unified Theory of Music Cognition"
10:20-10:40 BREAK
Sat-AM-II
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RHYTHM 2 TONALITY AND MELODY COMPUTATIONAL MODELING
10:40-11:00 Aaron Albin, Sang Won Lee & Parag Chordia, "Visual Anticipation Aids in Synchronization Tasks" David Sears, William E. Caplin, & Stephen McAdams, "The Perception of Cadential Closure in Mozart's Keyboard Sonatas" David Temperley, "A Bayesian Theory of Musical Pleasure"
11:00-11:20 Mark Riggle, "Explaining the Snowball dance effect: a simpler alternative to the vocal-learning hypothesis" Jenine Brown, "Using a Probe-Interval Methodology to Understand Listeners' Perceptions of Twelve-Tone Melodies" David Temperley & Trevor de Clercq, "Key-finding algorithms for popular music"
11:20-11:40 Justin London & Emily Cogsdill, "Movement Rate Affects Tempo Judgments for Some Listeners" Richard Parncutt, "Pitch salience in tonal contexts and asymmetry of perceived key movement" Edward Large & Felix Almonte, "Neurodynamics and Learning in Musical Tonality"
11:40-12:00 Paolo Ammirante & William Forde Thompson, "Continuation tapping with triggered tones: Ideomotor effects of melodic motion on timing and movement velocity" Mikaela Miller, Jonathan Wild, & Stephen McAdams, "Ancient Music and Modern Ears: The Perception and Discrimination of Nicola Vicentino's 31-Tone Tuning System" Panayotis Mavromatis, "Exploring Melodic Formulaic Structure Using a Convolutional Neural Network Architecture"
12:00-13:00 BUSINESS MEETING
13:00-14:00 LUNCH
Sat-PM
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EMOTION 2 COGNITION 2 MUSIC AND LANGUAGE
14:00-14:20 Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis, "Repetition as a Factor in Aesthetic Preference" Matthew Rosenthal, Rikka Quam, & Erin Hannon, "The role of metrical structure in the acquisition of tonal knowledge" Alice Asako Matsumoto & Caroline Marcum, "The Relationship Between Music Aptitude and the Ability to Discriminate Tone Contours in the Cantonese Language"
14:20-14:40 Joseph Plazak, "Encoding and decoding sarcasm and sincerity in instrumental music: a comparative study" Ric Ashley, "Memory for musical sequences beyond pitch: Grammatical and Associative processes" Fang Liu, Cunmei Jiang, William Forde Thompson, Yi Xu, Yufang Yang, & Lauren Stewart, "Why does congenital amusia only affect speech processing in minor ways? Evidence from a group of Chinese amusics"
14:40-15:00 David Huron and Katelyn Horn, "The Serious Minor Mode: A Longitudinal-Affective Study" Sarah C. Creel, "More than meets the ear: memory for melodies includes the meter" Nicholas Temperley & David Temperley, "Music-Language Correlations and the "Scotch Snap""
15:00-15:20 Parag Chordia & Avinash Sastry, "The Effect of Pitch Exposure on Sadness and Happiness Judgments: further evidence for 'lower-than-normal' is sadder, and 'higher-than-normal' is happier" Panayotis Mavromatis & Morwaread Farbood, "The Effect of Scale-Degree Qualia on Short-Term Memory for Pitch" A. Good, J. Sullivan, & F. A. Russo, "A comparison of speech vs. singing in foreign vocabulary development"
15:20-15:40 William Forde Thompson, Manuela Marin & Lauren Stewart, "Reduced sensitivity to emotional prosody in a group of individuals with congenital amusia" Benjamin Anderson, Benjamin Duane & Richard Ashley, "The Verse-Chorus Question: How quickly and why do we know verses from choruses in popular music?" Katie Cox, "Playing in a Dialect: a Comparison of English and American Vowels and Trombone Timbres"
15:40-16:00 BREAK
16:00-17:30 POSTER SESSION II
17:45-18:45 LECTURE-RECITAL: Randall Harlow, "Acoustics and psychohaptics in a pipe organ reconstruction: Eastman's Craighead-Saunders Organ"
19:00 BANQUET

Sunday, August 14

Sun-AM-I
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EMOTION 3 PERFORMANCE 1
9:00-9:20 Hauke Egermann, Marcus Pearce, Geraint Wiggins & Stephen McAdams, "Expectation and Emotion in a Live Concert Experiment" Roger Chaffin, Alexander Demos, Tania Lisboa, Kristen T. Begosh, "The development of interpretation during practice and public performance: A case study"
9:20-9:40 TALK CANCELED Rachel M. Brown & Caroline Palmer, "Effects of motor learning on auditory memory for music"
9:40-10:00 Josh Albrecht, David Huron, & Shannon Morrow, "Affective Analysis Using the Progressive Exposure Method: The second movement of Beethoven's Pathetique sonata (Op. 13)" Austin Gross, "Measuring Cognitive Thrift in the Improvisational Technique of Bill Evans"
10:00-10:20 F.A. Russo & G.M. Sandstrom, "A new scale to identify individuals with strong emotional responses to music: Absorption in Music Scale (AIMS)" Johanna Devaney, Jonathan Wild, Peter Schubert, & Ichiro Fujinaga, "Why can't singers sing in tune?"
10:20-10:40 BREAK
Sun-AM-II
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ANALYTICAL APPROACHES PERFORMANCE 2
10:40-11:00 Andrew Aziz, "Debussy's 'Hommage a Haydn,' Ravel's 'Menuet sur le nom d'Haydn,' and the Probabilistic Key-Finding Model" Jonathan Kruger, James McLean & Mark Kruger, "Impact of musical demands on measures of effort and tension during trumpet performance"
11:00-11:20 Yingjia Liu, Sisi Sun & Parag Chordia, "Pitch-continuity based music segmentation" Meagan E. Curtis, Shantala Hegde & Jamshed J. Bharucha, "Musical Improvisation in Indian and Western Singers"
11:20-11:40 Andie Sigler & Eliot Handelman, "The dynamic implications of simple and recursive patterns in music" Matthew Poon & Michael Schutz, "The Emotional Piano: Exploring the use of pitch height and articulation rate in major and minor keys"
11:40-12:00 Art Samplaski, "Some New Data, Suggestions, and Implications on Key-Finding as a Cognitive Task" Peter Q. Pfordresher, Alex Tilton, James T. Mantell, & Steven Brown, "Singing with yourself: Assessing the influence of self-similarity and prototypicality in vocal imitation"