Nothing compares to you - music genre perception similarities across modalities in humans & machines

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Description: in this study we want to investigate the perception of different music genres using divers methodological approaches (behavior, EEG, fMRI, music feature extraction, computational models). We constructed a music stimuli set consisting of 20 stimuli from varying genres which is used in all the mentioned methods to enable an analysis across modalities. We hypothesize that these results support and inform each other and that we will find robust evidence for the different neuronal correlates of the processing of music genres due to their differing music feature characteristics. Moreover, the investigation of the influence of musical training and music preference on music perception will also be part of the project.

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