1992 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
1986 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Speech recognition, Communication, Tone, Pitch perception and Linguistics. Her Speech recognition study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Long-term memory. Her Communication study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rhythm, Music psychology, Musical composition, Music and emotion and Octave.
The Tone study combines topics in areas such as Relative pitch, Pitch Discrimination, Perception, Speech acquisition and Vowel. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Octave illusion and Stimulus. Her Linguistics study incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Music education and Musical note, Musical.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Speech recognition, Perception, Acoustics, Tone and Communication. Her study in Speech recognition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pitch class, Melody, Sequence, Pitch and Serial position effect. Her Perception research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognitive psychology, Range, Musical, Tritone paradox and Tone.
Her work deals with themes such as Music and emotion and Music psychology, which intersect with Cognitive psychology. As a member of one scientific family, Diana Deutsch mostly works in the field of Tone, focusing on Octave and, on occasion, Pitch Discrimination. The various areas that Diana Deutsch examines in her Communication study include Recognition memory, Auditory perception and Retention interval.
Diana Deutsch mainly investigates Absolute pitch, Illusion, Acoustics, Speech recognition and Perception. The study incorporates disciplines such as Phrase and Communication in addition to Illusion. She combines subjects such as Relative pitch, Interval and Tone with her study of Speech recognition.
Her Tone research incorporates elements of Melody and Sequence. Her studies deal with areas such as Sound and Mandarin Chinese as well as Perception. Her Scale research includes elements of Cognitive psychology and Piano.
Her main research concerns Acoustics, Absolute pitch, Musical acoustics, Speech recognition and Duration. Diana Deutsch combines subjects such as Linguistics, Mandarin Chinese, Psychoacoustics, Auditory illusion and Visual perception with her study of Acoustics. Her Absolute pitch research includes elements of Musical note and Musical.
As a part of the same scientific study, Diana Deutsch usually deals with the Musical acoustics, concentrating on Pitch and frequently concerns with Harmonic series, Pitch circularity, Semitone and Pitch class. Her Speech recognition research incorporates themes from Interval and Perception. Her research integrates issues of Communication, Superior temporal sulcus, Auditory feedback and Speech processing in her study of Illusion.
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Attention: Some theoretical considerations.
J. A. Deutsch;D. Deutsch.
Psychological Review (1963)
The psychology of music
American Journal of Psychology (1983)
Psychology and Music
Eugene B. Zechmeister;Diana Deutsch;J. Anthony Deutsch.
The Internal Representation of Pitch Sequences in Tonal Music
Diana Deutsch;John Feroe.
Psychological Review (1981)
Tones and numbers: specificity of interference in immediate memory.
9 – The Processing of Pitch Combinations
Psychology of Music (1982)
Absolute pitch among American and Chinese conservatory students: prevalence differences, and evidence for a speech-related critical period.
Diana Deutsch;Trevor Henthorn;Elizabeth Marvin;HongShuai Xu.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2006)
The processing of structured and unstructured tonal sequences
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1980)
Absolute Pitch, Speech, and Tone Language: Some Experiments and a Proposed Framework
Diana Deutsch;Trevor Henthorn;Mark Dolson.
Music Perception (2004)
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