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Cross-cultural experimentation by Mind Map: Cross-cultural experimentation
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Cross-cultural experimentation

Methods

Balanced designs

Convergent methodology

EMIC

ETIC

Topics in music

Perception

Production

Universality

Development

Questions

Nature or nurture?

so what if there's a difference?

so what if there's a similarity?

Processes

Biological adaptation

Cultural adaptation

Contexts

Ecological context

Socio-political context

Issues / problems

Differences in theoretical concepts

Number of variables that are different

Too many approaches, too few arrivals

Definition of music, definition of culture

Cross-cultural psychology

Definitions

Related disciplines

Issues

Aims

Framework

Reading material

Carterette, E.C. and Kendall, R.A. (1999). Comparative music perception and cognition. In D. Deutsch (ed.). The Psychology of Music. San Diego, CA: Academic Press. 725-791.

Stevens, K. (2004). Cross-cultural studies of musical pitch and time. Acoust. Sci. & Tech. 25(6) (doi: 10.1250/ast.25.433)

Balkwill, L.L. and Thompson, W.F. (1999). A cross-cultural investigation of the perception of emotion in music: Psychophysical and cultural cues. Music Perception, 17(1), 43-64.

Berry, J.W. and Poortinga, Y.H. and Pandey, J. (1997). Handbook of Cross-cultural Psychology: Theory and method. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

Ridley, M. (2003). Nature via nurture: Genes, experience, and what makes us human. London, UK: Harper & Collins.

Krumhansl, C.L., Toivanen, P., Eerola, T., Toiviainen, P., Järvinen, T. & Louhivuori, J. (2000). Cross-cultural music cognition: Cognitive methodology applied to North Sami yoiks. Cognition, 76(1), 13-58.

Fritz, T., Jentschke, S., Gosselin, N., Sammler, D., Peretz, I., Turner, R., Friederici, A.D. and Koelsch, S. (2009). Universal recognition of three basic emotions in music. Current Biology, 19(7), 573-576.