Psychology of Music

Psychology of Music

Psychology of Music

Psychology of Music

Excerpt

This volume is dedicated to my comrades in research, professors and students, for the last forty years. I am writing as a spokesman for them all, attempting to present in high lights the new approaches developed during this period. This involves the right to draw freely from more than one hundred publications emanating from the group. Wherever possible I have named the person primarily responsible for the contribution; but the text embodies facts which in large part are common stock in the laboratory.

In doing the overhead work for all these years, it has been difficult to separate my own ideas from the ideas of collaborators because our policy has been to share ideas with the utmost generosity. In the interest of condensation and clarity, I have interpreted and classified as much as is consistent with the purpose and, therefore, have not used quotation marks extensively.

It is difficult to give proper acknowledgment to all the persons and sources represented. All authors of publications from which substantial units are drawn are mentioned in the text with a superscript number which refers to the corresponding number in the bibliography. The sources of illustrations are indicated in the text. Acknowledgment to authors and publishers for permission to use material is herewith gratefully extended.

Owing to the nature of the situation, I have counted upon many of my collaborators to read and criticize the manuscript in whole or in part both from the point of view of science and from the point of view of music.

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