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    Episode 4: Development and Teleomusicality with Mariusz Kozak and guest Andrea Schiavio

    Music Theorist Mariusz Kozak recommends “When the Sound Becomes the Goal. 4E Cognition and Teleomusicality in Early Infancy” by Andrea Schiavio, Dylan van der Schyff, Silke Kruse-Weber and Renee Timmers, published in Frontiers in Psychology. Marius and Finn interview Andrea about this framing of early musical development and implications of an embodied, embedded, extended and enactive approach to cognitive science.

    Time Stamps

    • [0:00:10] Intro with Mariusz
    • [0:11:16] Interview: Origins and the 4 Es
    • [0:21:40] Interview: Attention, Intention, and Mirror Neurons
    • [0:32:59] Interview: Sound Goals and Musical Actions
    • [0:40:28] Interview: Reception of Theory
    • [0:53:03] Closing with Mariusz

    Show notes

    • Recommended article:
    • Interviewee: Dr. Andrea Schiavio, Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Graz
    • Co-host: Prof. Mariusz Kozak, Assistant Professor of Music at Columbia University
    • Works cited in the discussion:
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      • D’Ausilio, A. (2009). Mirror-like mechanisms and music. The Scientific World Journal, 9, 1415–1422. doi:10.1100/tsw.2009.160
      • Gerson, S. A., Bekkering, H., and Hunnius, S. (2015a). Short-term motor training, but not observational training, alters neurocognitive mechanisms of action processing in infancy. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27, 1207–1214. doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_00774
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      • Hickok-Gallese debate at NYU (2103) Do Mirror Neurons Explain Anything?
      • Kohler, E., Keysers, C., Umiltà, M. A., Fogassi, L., Gallese, V., and Rizzolatti, G. (2002). Hearing sounds, understanding actions: action representation in mirror neurons. Science, 297, 846–848. doi: 10.1126/science.1070311
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      • Overy, K., and Molnar-Szakacs, I. (2009). Being together in time: musical experience and the mirror neuron system. Music Perception, 26, 489–504. doi: 10.1525/mp.2009.26.5.489
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      • Schiavio, A. & Timmers, R. (2016). Motor and audiovisual learning consolidate auditory memory of tonally ambiguous melodies. Music Perception, 34(1), 21-32
      • Schiavio, A. & van der Schyff, D. (2016). Beyond musical qualia. Reflecting on the concept of experience. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, & Brain, 26(4), 366-378
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    Credits

    The So Strangely Podcast is produced by Finn Upham, 2018. 

    The closing music includes a sample of Deutsch’s Speech-Song Illusion Sound Demo 1.