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Makaleler

Tekman, H. G. (2003). Effects of accenting and regularity on detection of temporal deviations: Does regularity facilitate performance? Journal of General Psychology, 130, 247-258. Abstract

Tekman, H. G. (2002). Perceptual integration of timing and intensity variations in perception of musical accents. Journal of General Psychology, 129, 181-191. Abstract

Tekman, H. G. (2001). Accenting and detection of timing variations in tone sequences: Different kinds of accents have different effects. Perception & Psychophysics, 63, 514-523. Abstract

Tekman, H. G. (1998). Effects of melodic accents on perception of intensity. Music Perception, 15, 391-401. Abstract

Tekman, H.G. & Bharucha, J.J. (1998). Implicit knowledge versus psychoacoustic similarity in priming of chords: Tests of a neural net model. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24, 252-260. Abstract

Tekman, H.G. (1997). Interactions of perceived intensity, duration, and pitch in pure tone sequences. Music Perception, 14, 281-194.  Abstract

Tekman, H.G. (1995). Cue trading in the perception of rhythmic structure. Music Perception, 13, 17-38. Abstract

Tekman, H.G. & Bharucha, J.J. (1992). Time course of chord priming. Perception & Psychophysics, 51, 33-39. Abstract

 

Konferans Sunuşları

Atalay, N. B. & Tekman, H. G. (Ağustos, 2006).  Poster, Integratoin of nondiatonic chords into diatonic sequences:  Results from scrambling sequences with secondary dominant chords.  9th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Bologna, Italya.

 

Atalay, N. B., Tekman, H. G., & Toiviainen, P. (Ağustos, 2006).  Priming by nondiatonic chords:  The case of the Neapolitan chord.  Bildiri, 9th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Bologna, Italya.

Tekman, H. G., Kurt, S., & Peynircioglu, Z. (Eylül, 2003). Perception of melodies with symmetric and asymmetric meters by listeners faniliar and unfamiliar with asymmetric meters. Bildiri, 5th European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Hannover, Almanya.

Tekman, H.G. & Atalay, N. B. (Temmuz, 2002). Chord priming beyond associative networks. Bildiri, 7th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Sydney, Avustralya.

Tekman, H. G. (Ağustos, 2000).  Psychoacoustic determinants of the use of time in musical peformanceBildiri, 6th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Keele, İngiltere.

Tekman, H. G. (Ağustos, 2000).  Dynamic attending in detection of temporal variability.  Poster, 6th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Keele, İngiltere.

Tekman, H. G. (Ağustos, 1998). Opposite effects of intensity and melodic accents on detection of timing variations. Bildiri, 5th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Seoul, Kore.

Tekman, H.G. (Temmuz, 1997). Perceptual effects of melodic accents. Bildiri, 3rd Triennial ESCOM (European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music) Conference, Uppsala, İsveç.

Tekman, H.G. (Ağustos, 1996). Effect of regular and irregular accents on detection of variations in tone sequences. Bildiri, 4th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Montreal, Kanada.

Tekman, H.G. (Kasım, 1993). Accenting and the perception of timing, intensity, and pitch in pure tone sequences. Poster, 34th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Washington, ABD.

Tekman, H.G., Bharucha, J.J., & Mitra, S. (Şubat, 1992). Chord priming effects in intonation judgments with different levels of mistuning. Bildiri, 2nd International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Los Angeles, ABD.

Tekman, H.G. & Bharucha, J.J. (Nisan, 1991). Dynamics of the development of harmonic priming: From tones to keys and back. Bildiri, 62nd meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, ABD.

Tekman, H.G. & Bharucha, J.J. (Mart, 1990). Time course of the build-up of harmonic priming effects. Bildiri, 61st meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, ABD.

Doktora Tezi

Perception of rhythmic structure in tone sequences: Interactions of relative timing, intensity, and pitch. (Dissertation Abstracts International, 53, 3817B.)