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The Music Lab at Yale University

Are You a Super-Listener?

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Determine ability to differentiate harmonic categories by ear.

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The Music Lab at Yale University

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This project investigates people’s ability to discriminate harmonic categories (e.g., major/minor) from ‘tone-scrambles’ (super-fast chord arpeggios).

This citizen-science experiment is being conducted by researchers at Yale University.

We study how people make sense of the music, speech, and other sounds they hear. We will play you some sounds. We will ask you questions about what you hear.

We will also ask you questions concerning your emotions and behaviors, your preferences and beliefs about music and the arts, your engagement with musical activities, your personal history of musical exposure and training, and some demographic information about you and your family.

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Ticket Required: No

Minimum Age: 13

Languages: English

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