Sound Research WIKINDX

This originally started off with a focus on sound in digital games and related fields such as flow, affect, and emotion as they relate to immersion/presence in virtual worlds generally. However, it has expanded and now deals with sound in any context or research field as well as areas of interest further afield.
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Errede, S. 2002-2017. Consonance & dissonance.
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Cox, T. J. (2008). Scraping sounds and disgusting noises. Applied Acoustics, 69, 1195–1204.
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Gumbrecht, H. U. (2004). Production of presence: What meaning cannot convey. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
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Heidegger, M. (1962). Being and time J. Macquarrie & E. Robinson, Trans. Oxford: Blackwell.
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Wang, C. X., Hilburn, I. A., Wu, D.-A., Mizuhara, Y., Cousté, C. P., & Abrahams, J. N. H., et al. (2019). Transduction of the geomagnetic field as evidenced from alpha-Band activity in the human brain. eNeuro, 6(2).
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Nagel, T. (1974). What is it like to be a bat? The Philosophical Review, 83(4), 435–450.
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Gallese, V. (2016). The multimodal nature of visual perception: Facts and speculations. Gestalt Theory, 38(2/3), 127–140.
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Riddoch, M. 2012, September 9—14 On the non-cochlearity of the sounds themselves. Paper presented at International Computer Music Conference.
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Crisinel, A.-S., Cosser, S., King, S., Jones, R., Petrie, J., & Spence, C. (2012). A bittersweet symphony: Systematically modulating the taste of food by changing the sonic properties of the soundtrack playing in the background. Food quality and preference, 24(1), 201–204.
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Santee, J. L., & Kohfeld, D. L. (1977). Auditory reaction time as a function of stimulus intensity, frequency, and rise time. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 10(5), 393–396.
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