[Smt-talk] Binary Bias in Metric Perception Studies

Gregory Karl gregkarl at frontier.com
Tue Feb 28 16:02:30 PST 2012

I'm sorry, I don't have any bibliography, but having read your thread  
title, I was curious as to how perceptual psychologists might  
differentiate binary bias from a more general bias toward shorter  
groupings or sub-groupings. After all, binariness per se might not be  
the salient quality underlying such a preference.

Greg Karl
Jay, NY

On Feb 28, 2012, at 1:51 PM, Laurel Parsons wrote:

> Dear list,
> I am looking for subjective rhythmization studies that test  
> listeners' preferences for grouping undifferentiated, isochronous  
> clicks into either binary or ternary "measures." Any suggestions  
> from the list would be most appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Laurel Parsons
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