Lola L. Cuddy spends much of her time researching Melody, Communication, Cognitive psychology, Speech recognition and Recall. Her Melody study incorporates themes from Pitch Discrimination and Auditory scene analysis. Her research integrates issues of Paired associate learning, Degree, Interval, Schema and Chromatic scale in her study of Communication.
Her studies deal with areas such as Context, Key and Auditory perception as well as Cognitive psychology. Her Speech recognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Relative pitch, Pitch and Pitch perception. Her Recall research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Music education and Lyrics.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Cognitive psychology, Speech recognition, Melody, Communication and Acoustics. Her Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Tonality, Music psychology and Rhythm. Her Speech recognition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Context, Modulation, Pitch and Choir.
Her study focuses on the intersection of Melody and fields such as Lyrics with connections in the field of Recall and Developmental psychology. Her study looks at the intersection of Communication and topics like Chromatic scale with Octave and Key. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Timbre and Psychoacoustics.
Lola L. Cuddy focuses on Cognitive psychology, Dementia, Music psychology, Developmental psychology and Melody. Her Schema study in the realm of Cognitive psychology connects with subjects such as Frequency of occurrence. When carried out as part of a general Dementia research project, her work on Informant report is frequently linked to work in Lyrics, Clinical psychology, Neurotypical and Exploratory factor analysis, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Her Music psychology study combines topics in areas such as Music and emotion, Speech recognition and Mental representation. Lola L. Cuddy has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Pitch Frequency and Tone deafness. Her work often combines Melody and Level structure studies.
Developmental psychology, Dementia, Cognitive psychology, Lyrics and Melody are her primary areas of study. Her research on Developmental psychology often connects related topics like Tone deafness. The various areas that Lola L. Cuddy examines in her Cognitive psychology study include Variation, Absolute pitch and Scale.
Her Lyrics research includes themes of Semantic memory and Age differences. As part of one scientific family, Lola L. Cuddy deals mainly with the area of Melody, narrowing it down to issues related to the Memoria, and often Music psychology. Her Amusia research incorporates elements of Pitch Frequency, Pitch and Affect.
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Music, memory, and Alzheimer’s disease: is music recognition spared in dementia, and how can it be assessed?
Lola L. Cuddy;Jacalyn Duffin.
Medical Hypotheses (2005)
Music training and rate of presentation as mediators of text and song recall.
Andrea R. Kilgour;Lorna S. Jakobson;Lola L. Cuddy.
Memory & Cognition (2000)
Perception of Structure in Short Melodic Sequences.
Lola L. Cuddy;Annabel J. Cohen;D. J. K. Mewhort.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1981)
Discrimination of item strength at time of presentation
Tannis Y. Arbuckle;Lola L. Cuddy.
Journal of Experimental Psychology (1969)
Recovery of the tonal hierarchy: some comparisons across age and levels of musical experience.
Lola L. Cuddy;Betsy Badertscher.
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1987)
Melody recognition: the experimental application of musical rules.
Lola L. Cuddy;Annabel J. Cohen;Janet Miller.
Canadian Journal of Psychology/revue Canadienne De Psychologie (1979)
Expectancies generated by melodic intervals: Perceptual judgments of melodic continuity
Lola L. Cuddy;Carole A. Lunney.
Attention Perception & Psychophysics (1995)
Musical difficulties are rare: a study of "tone deafness" among university students.
Lola L. Cuddy;Laura-Lee Balkwill;Isabelle Peretz;Ronald R. Holden.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2005)
Time Tagging: A Key to Musicians' Superior Memory
Lorna S. Jakobson;Lola L. Cuddy;Andrea R. Kilgour.
Music Perception (2003)
Recognition of transposed melodic sequences
Lola L. Cuddy;Annabel J. Cohen.
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (1976)
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