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Automaticity of pitch class-color synesthesia as revealed by a Stroop-like effect.

Pitch classes (e.g., do, re, and mi) in music evoke color sensations in pitch class-color synesthesia, which is a recently described form of synesthesia in musicians. The synesthetic color sensations were confirmed to be consistent over an extended time interval, fulfilling a widely-accepted criterion for the authenticity of synesthesia. However, it remains unclear whether the color sensations occurred automatically (i.e., without voluntary effort), which is another defining property of synesthesia. We util...


Progress in pitch control in pulp by enzymes.

Pitch deposits have negative effects on product quality, machine performance and production line profitability during pulp and paper manufacture. As traditional pitch control technology cannot provide satisfactory solutions in the pitch deposits, the enzymatic treatment has been rapidly developed for its high efficiency and pollution-free property. In this review, the chemical composition and present form of the pitch in pulp is first introduced, followed by a description of the pitch control enzymes. The e...

Voice pitch: a window into the communication of social power.

Pitch is the most perceptually salient acoustic property of the voice and influences perceptions of characteristics related to social power, such as dominance and leadership abilities. Voice pitch is also highly sexually differentiated; men vocalize approximately one octave below women. We consider the evolution of this sex difference, and how this sheds light on the human tendency to defer to individuals with lower voice pitch. We present new meta-analyses linking lower pitch to higher testosterone (total ...


Broadband Waveguide Cloak for Water Waves.

Inspired by electromagnetic waveguide cloaks with gradient index metamaterials, we fabricated a broadband cloak with simply a gradient depth profile on the bottom and without any other structures on the top to confine water waves in a certain area for cloaking regions. The new physics of mode conversion for water waves is first found. The experimental and numerical simulation results are in good agreement and show that the presented device has a nice performance for various situations and is feasible over a...

The distribution and nature of responses to broadband sounds associated with pitch in the macaque auditory cortex.

The organisation of pitch-perception mechanisms in the primate cortex is controversial, in that divergent results have been obtained, ranging from a single circumscribed 'pitch centre' to systems widely distributed across auditory cortex. Possible reasons for such discrepancies include different species, recording techniques, pitch stimuli, sampling of auditory fields, and the neural metrics recorded. In the present study, we sought to bridge some of these divisions by examining activity related to pitch in...

Auditory pitch glides influence time-to-contact judgements of visual stimuli.

A common experimental task used to study the accuracy of estimating when a moving object arrives at a designated location is the time-to-contact (TTC) task. The previous studies have shown evidence that sound motion cues influence TTC estimates of a visual moving object. However, the extent to which sound can influence TTC of visual targets still remains unclear. Some studies on the crossmodal correspondence between pitch and speed suggest that descending pitch sounds are associated with faster speeds compa...

LRP::FLAG Rescues Cells from Amyloid-β-Mediated Cytotoxicity Through Increased TERT Levels and Telomerase Activity.

Alzheimer's disease (AD) represents the most common form of neurodegenerative disorders with only palliative treatments currently available. Amyloid plaque formation caused by amyloid-β (Aβ) aggregation and neurofibrillary tangle formation caused by hyperphosphorylated tau are hallmarks for the development of AD. The 37 kDa/67 kDa laminin receptor (LRP/LR) has been implicated in AD and tools blocking or downregulating LRP/LR impede amyloid plaque formation in vitro and in vivo. We have recently shown ...

Low-Frequency Pitch Perception in Cochlear Implant Recipients With Normal Hearing in the Contralateral Ear.

Purpose Three experiments were carried out to evaluate the low-frequency pitch perception of adults with unilateral hearing loss who received a cochlear implant (CI). Method Participants were recruited from a cohort of CI users with unilateral hearing loss and normal hearing in the contralateral ear. First, low-frequency pitch perception was assessed for the 5 most apical electrodes at 1, 3, 6, and 12 months after CI activation using an adaptive pitch-matching task. Participants listened with a coding strat...

A Lateral Inhibition Mechanism Explains the Dissociation between Mismatch Negativity and Behavioral Pitch Discrimination.

Although mismatch negativity (MMN), a change-specific component of auditory event-related potential, is considered to be an index of sound discrimination accuracy, the amplitude of the MMN responses elicited by pitch height deviations in musicians and tone language speakers with superior pitch discrimination is usually not enhanced compared to that elicited in individuals with inferior pitch discrimination. We hypothesized that superior pitch discrimination is accompanied by enhanced lateral inhibition, a c...

Recognising autism: a latent transition analysis of parental reports of child autistic spectrum disorder 'red flag' traits before and after age 3.

It has been proposed that parents should be educated about child autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) 'red flag' traits to help professionals identify and address concerning behaviours as early as possible. This study aimed to empirically demonstrate that established/recognised 'red flag' traits in the first 3 years of life would reliably predict ASD risk severity in later childhood, associated with established ASD risk correlates and mirroring functioning diagnostic categories.

Working Memory Profiles of Children With Dyslexia, Developmental Language Disorder, or Both.

Purpose Compared to children with typical development, children with dyslexia, developmental language disorder (DLD), or both often demonstrate working memory deficits. It is unclear how pervasive the deficits are or whether the deficits align with diagnostic category. The purpose of this study was to determine whether different working memory profiles would emerge on a comprehensive battery of central executive, phonological, visuospatial, and binding working memory tasks and whether these profiles were as...

Comparison of Place-versus-Pitch Mismatch between a Perimodiolar and Lateral Wall Cochlear Implant Electrode Array in Patients with Single-Sided Deafness and a Cochlear Implant.

In electric-acoustic pitch matching experiments in patients with single-sided deafness and a cochlear implant, the observed "mismatch" between perceived pitch and predicted pitch, based on the amended Greenwood frequency map, ranges from -1 to -2 octaves. It is unknown if and how this mismatch differs for perimodiolar versus lateral wall electrode arrays.

The high-working load states induced by action real-time strategy gaming: An EEG power spectrum and network study.

Action Real-time Strategy Gaming (ARSG) is a cognitively demanding task that requires attention, sensorimotor skills, high-level team coordination, and strategy-making abilities. Thus, ARSG can offer important, new insights into learning-related neural plasticity. However, little research has examined how the brain allocates cognitive resources in ARSG. By analyzing power spectrums and electroencephalograph (EEG) functional connectivity (FC) networks, this study compared multiple conditions (resting, movie ...

Event-related brain potentials suggest a late interaction of pitch and time in music perception.

Given the key role of pitch and time in the mental representation of music, the way the two dimensions combine is a crucial question in music cognition. In the present study, using electroencephalography (EEG), we manipulated both musical pitch and time structures and investigated how the two dimensions work together. Musicians were presented with eight-chord sequences, in which the last target chord was harmonically or temporally expected or unexpected based on the preceding contexts. ERP analysis showed t...

The Trump Effect: Postinauguration Changes in Marketplace Enrollment.

On January 20, 2017, President Donald Trump penned his first executive order, which aimed to "minimiz[e] the economic burden" of the Affordable Care Act, signaling his intent to make good on promises to repeal and replace the law. This executive order, along with concurrent changes in political messaging associated with the transition in power and reductions in HealthCare.gov advertising, lowered Health Insurance Marketplace enrollment at the end of the 2017 open enrollment period.

EEG signals during mouth breathing in a working memory task.

Continuous mouth breathing results not only morphological deformations but also poor learning outcomes. However, there were few studies that observed correlations between mouth breathing and cognition. This study aimed at investigating the changes in brain activity during mouth breathing while the study subject simultaneously performed a cognitive task using electroencephalography (EEG). Twenty subjects participated in this study, and EEG electrodes (32 channels, 256-Hz sampling rate) were placed on their s...

The Diagnostic Accuracy of the Pitch Glide to Identify Aspiration in Patients with Respiratory Diseases: A Pilot Study.

Initial research has been conducted to determine the diagnostic accuracy of the pitch glide during the clinical swallow evaluation to identify aspiration in adults after stroke. Findings suggest that reduced pitch glide can predict aspiration in patients with dysphagia after stroke. This study aimed to identify the diagnostic accuracy of the pitch glide in detecting aspiration, pharyngeal residue and hyo-laryngeal excursion during swallowing in adults with respiratory diseases.

On the Relative Nature of (Pitch-Based) Crossmodal Correspondences.

This review deals with the question of the relative vs absolute nature of crossmodal correspondences, with a specific focus on those correspondences involving the auditory dimension of pitch. Crossmodal correspondences have been defined as the often-surprising crossmodal associations that people experience between features, attributes, or dimensions of experience in different sensory modalities, when either physically present, or else merely imagined. In the literature, crossmodal correspondences have often...

Separate Contribution of Striatum Volume and Pitch Discrimination to Individual Differences in Music Reward.

Individual differences in the level of pleasure induced by music have been associated with the response of the striatum and differences in functional connectivity between the striatum and the auditory cortex. In this study, we tested whether individual differences in music reward are related to the structure of the striatum and the ability to discriminate pitch. We acquired a 3-D magnetization-prepared rapid-acquisition gradient-echo image for 32 musicians and 26 nonmusicians who completed a music-reward ...

Clinical and Biomechanical Evaluation of the Softball Pitcher: A Review of Current Concepts and Clinical Commentary.

The windmill softball pitch (WSP) is a vastly understudied human motion relative to its counterpart the overhand baseball pitch (OBP). A large body of research has been conducted to understand the kinematics and kinetics of the OBP. Better understanding of the kinematics and kinetics of the WSP may help provide better pitch volume guidelines, physical performance preparation, and injury prevention programs.

Changes in Insurance Coverage and Access to Care for Young Adults in 2017.

Previous work has demonstrated the Affordable Care Act (ACA) increased young adults' health care access during its first years. However, it is unclear if these trends continued through 2017; recent policies enacted by the Trump administration may have decreased the ACA's effectiveness. Our purpose was to determine changes in young adults' health care access during the transition from Obama to Trump administrations.

Asymmetric transmission of elastic shear vertical waves in solids.

In this work, we propose an asymmetric transmission structure (ATS) for elastic shear vertical (SV) waves in solids, which has been relatively unexplored. The ATS is constituted by a metasurface and a phononic crystal (PC) possessing a directional band gap. While the metasurface aims to redirect the incident wave, the PC acts as a directional filter. The metasurface is composed of a stacked array of composite plates with two connecting parts made of different materials. To examine the performance of the des...

Working-Class Men's Constructions of Help-Seeking When Feeling Depressed or Sad.

In this study, we conducted interviews with 12 working-class men employed in industrial and manual labor to identify their constructions of help-seeking in response to feeling depressed or sad. The semistructured interview format explored participant men's understanding and reactions to depression or sadness, their experiences of depression and reluctance to seek help, and their own and others' reactions to seeking help for feeling depressed or sad. Utilizing the consensual qualitative research methodology,...

Perception of lexical stress cued by low-frequency pitch and insights into speech perception in noise for cochlear implant users and normal hearing adults.

Cochlear implant (CI) users show great difficulty for understanding speech in noise and this fact may partly stem from their poor low-frequency (LF) pitch perception and temporal fine structure (TFS) processing. Clinical assessment of pitch perception is usually based on non-speech tasks. However, linguistically relevant contexts such as lexical stress may better reflect the role of pitch in speech perception, especially for everyday speech where background noise is inevitable. Hence, the study aimed to ass...

Music-related abilities among readers with dyslexia.

Research suggests that a central difficulty in dyslexia may be impaired rapid temporal processing. Good temporal processing is also needed for musical perception, which relies on the ability to detect rapid changes. Our study is the first to measure the perception of adults with and without dyslexia on all three dimensions of music (rhythm, pitch, and spectrum), as well as their capacity for auditory imagery and detection of slow changes, while controlling for working memory. Participants were undergraduate...


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