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Individuals with congenital amusia imitate pitches more accurately in singing than in speaking: Implications for music and language processing 期刊论文
ATTENTION PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS, 2013, 卷号: 75, 期号: 8, 页码: 1783-1798
Authors:  Liu, Fang;  Jiang, Cunmei;  Pfordresher, Peter Q.;  Mantell, James T.;  Xu, Yi;  Yang, Yufang;  Stewart, Lauren;  Liu, F (reprint author), Chinese Univ Hong Kong, Dept Linguist & Modern Languages, Shatin, Hong Kong, Peoples R China.
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Modularity of perception  Music cognition  Sound recognition  Perception and action  Speech production  Temporal processing  
Processing melodic contour and speech intonation in congenital amusics with Mandarin Chinese 期刊论文
NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 2010, 卷号: 48, 期号: 9, 页码: 2630-2639
Authors:  Jiang, Cunmei;  Hamm, Jeff P.;  Lim, Vanessa K.;  Kirk, Ian J.;  Yang, Yufang;  Yang YF(杨玉芳)
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Congenital amusia  Mandarin Chinese  Melodic contour  Speech intonation  Discrimination  Identification  Tonal languages