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Music cognition and aesthetic attitudes

Harold E. Fiske

Music cognition and aesthetic attitudes

by Harold E. Fiske

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Published by E. Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Cognition.,
  • Music -- Philosophy and aesthetics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHarold E. Fiske.
    SeriesStudies in the history and interpretation of music ;, v. 41
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3838 .F42 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 169 p. ;
    Number of Pages169
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1394836M
    ISBN 100773493344
    LC Control Number93002117

      The influence of music and cognitive appraisal on mood was examined by instructing 72 subjects to tell a story about a painting with or without background music. The three types of instructions were to tell a happy or sad story or whatever came to mind (neutral), and the music categories were pleasant, depressing and none. Music psychology, or the psychology of music, may be regarded as a branch of both psychology and aims to explain and understand musical behaviour and experience, including the processes through which music is perceived, created, responded to, and incorporated into everyday life. Modern music psychology is primarily empirical; its knowledge tends to advance on the basis of.

    Comment: Saito draws on the lack of strong distinctions between fine and applied arts in Japan, as well as feminist insights and environmental aesthetics, to explore topics such as the non-disinterested nature of day to day aesthetic judgment, attitudes toward mess and disorder, and the aesthetics of domestic life. Her detailed work opens up. The enjoyment of music, say Robin G. Collin C wood, is not 1 _____ the possibility of an aesthetic attitude and are, therefore, presuppositions to all matters of taste. To see truth or purpose in a painting requires proper preparation: a necessay and suficient cognitive state. Such a mental predisposition is thus essential to answering Socrates.

    Aesthetic cognitivism is best thought of as a conjunction of an epistemic and an aesthetic claim. The epistemic thesis is that artworks have cognitive functions, the aesthetic thesis that cognitive functions of artworks partly determine their artistic value. In this article, my first aim is to defend the epistemic thesis of aesthetic cognitivism. Aesthetic Cognitivism I: Overview and Concepts. Aesthetic Cognitivism is a theory about the value of the arts as sources of understanding — the arts as more than sources of delight, amusement, pleasure, or emotional catharsis (though they can certainly be all of these).


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Music Cognition and Aesthetic Attitudes (Studies in the History & Interpretation of Music) Hardcover – July 1, by Harold E. Fiske (Author) › Visit Amazon's Harold E. Fiske Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

Cited by: 7. It reports new findings about the cognitive representation of musical structures, imagery as an auditory-phenomenological descriptor of music, aesthetic response as an outcome of specific cognitive decisions, and the value of music in cross-cultural human development.

This study develops a theory about the interaction between music cognition and affective response. The theory demonstrates how musical thinking, knowledge, and decision-making result in qualitative musical behavior.

It reports new findings about the cognitive representation of musical structures, imagery as an auditory-phenomenological descriptor of music, aesthetic response as an outcome of Pages: Music emotion theory in this book explains wide expanses of music practice as well as its millennial mysteries in relation to cognition.

Theoretical predictions are confirmed in experiments. Millions of music lovers relate their fascination with music to musical emotions. The separateness of language and cognition explains why it is difficult to agree about the meaning of life and the aesthetic emotion of the beautiful.

Because these ideas are at the top of the mental hierarchy they are so important (Kant, ), for this reason great thinkers for millennia have discussed them, cultures have developed them Cited by: Aesthetic experience through music and its spiritual aspect is also mentioned importantly.

Some suggestions are also given to use music for social messages. In view of modern technology the preservation of music in Audio/Video recordings is also told significant for true and fine development of music deeply and widely. This book is referable in.

Leonid Perlovsky, in Music, Passion, and Cognitive Function, Cognitive Dissonances and Musical Emotions. Contradictions among knowledge, let us repeat, are called cognitive are negative emotions created by contradictions between pieces of knowledge—between conceptual representations.

To illustrate these emotions consider an example:. The central focus of this paper will be music cognition. Cognition is defined as the internal processes of memory and 'thinking'.

(Radocy and Boyle,p.4) Many writers now consider that music cognition is a 'dominant domain' while recognizing the traditional domains--cognitive, psychomotor and affective). The subject of this article is the connection between art and all those aspects of mind that have, to some degree, an empirical side.

It covers results in neuropsychology and neuroscience, in cognitive and developmental psychology, as well as in various parts of the philosophy of mind. This article, however, ignores questions about the natural history of our mental capacities.

The influence of music on cognitive performance has also been linked to personality types. A study conducted by Furnham and Bradley () illustrated pop music as a distracter on the cognitive performance of introverts and extraverts.

Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain ® publishes leading-edge content in the field of music perception, cognition and neuroscience. The journal invites authors to submit full-length manuscripts reporting experiments, integrative and evaluative reviews of research, and theoretical papers that are either based on or related to experimental research.

The aesthetic attitude and the sublime 19 Art and the aesthetic 21 Gadamer and art as play 23 Art and sport 26 including music, will be found. Suggestions for further reading have also been reorganized for this edi- book of Aesthetics, both of which are accessible, comprehensive and authori.

Today, cognitive sciences offer a rich set of empirically corroborated concepts useful in explaining these notions in naturalistic terms. This paper extends these concepts to explain how the aesthetic experience is integrated and how it affords knowledge.

Key Words aesthetic attitude, fiction, imagination, knowledge, modularity, 1. Introduction. Mystery of musicMusic is a poorly understood ability.

Its strong power over humans, its origin and cognitive function, have been a mystery for a long time. Aristotle () listed the power of music among the great unsolved problems. Darwin wrote () that musical ability “must be ranked amongst the most mysterious with which (man) is endowed.” Nature published a series of essays on.

Senior researcher at Project Zero and Boston College Professor of Psychology Ellen Winner’s latest book, “How Art Works: A Psychological Exploration,” is based on years of research both at Harvard and BC, and looks at art through psychological and philosophical lenses.

Selected Theories of Music Perception is the third book Harold E. Fiske has published within the past 6 years through the Edwin Mellen Press; the preceding volumes are Cognition and Aesthetic Attitudes () and Mu- sic and Mind (). Contrary to the dominant approach of cognitive neuroscience of music, which has focused on playing music and the related neuroplastic changes, the effects of aesthetic listening on brain connectivity are still somewhat elusive up to now [14,19,30,49,52].

Listening, however, often thought as complementary to the act of performing, can in some. Music, Passion, and Cognitive Function examines contemporary cognitive theories of music, why they cannot explain music’s power over us, and the origin and evolution of music.

The book presents experimental confirmations of the theory in psychological and neuroimaging research, discussing the parallel evolution of consciousness, musical styles, and cultures since Homer and King David.

Music, Language, and Cognition: And Other Essays in the Aesthetics of Music - Kindle edition by Kivy, Peter. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Music, Language, and Cognition: And Other Essays in the Aesthetics of s: 1. Scholars have mainly studied the emotion of awe from two sides: one is the exploration of the factors that evoke awe (Keltner & Haidt, ; Shiota et al., ); the other is the focus on the.

A “cognitive pattern” 8 or “template” (“Sollmuster” or “Superzeichen” in German) of this type is a short-cut allowing us to minimize the cost of cognitive processing and to maximize its effectiveness (all other things equal).

The cognitive patterns, or at least the perceptual ones, generally operate at .Relationships between the Cognitive Neurosciences of art, aesthetics and beauty. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Aesthetics investigates the neurocognitive underpinnings of aesthetic experiences in.Introduction.

An aesthetic experience of music is an important phenomenon worthy of scientific study as testified by questionnaire surveys pointing to enjoyment, beauty, and nostalgia as some of the foremost aesthetic reasons for listening to music (along with entertainment, company and the like; e.g., Laukka, ).Even the decision to play an instrument or to choose music as a profession.