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The development and validation of a set of musical ability tests.

Robert W. Lundin

The development and validation of a set of musical ability tests.

by Robert W. Lundin

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Published by American Psychological Association in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical ability -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 20.

    SeriesPsychological monographs: general and applied,, v. 63, no. 10, whole no. 305, 1949
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF1 .P8 vol. 63, no. 10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6066376M
    LC Control Number50003487
    OCLC/WorldCa6894127

    The writer makes it far too complicated I feel Some people are gifted with musical ability, some with artistic ability etc. and some with spiritual empathic gifts. This is no different. We don't have to be on the lookout for 'boogy man' at every turn. It is a gift that comes natural and is to be nurtured. It is not a disease or mental illness/5(). Music aptitude testing helps music teachers meet the unique needs of each student. It is important to use a music aptitude test that is appropriate for the level of musical development of the students being tested. Teachers can choose from among five music aptitude tests of Edwin E. Gordon for testing children three years old through college age.

      Furthermore, it does not include any music production tasks, which can be rich sources of information for measuring a child’s musical ability. To achieve the goals of Study 1 we developed a set of novel musical tests of melody and rhythm perception/production adapted specifically for Cited by: 1. Start studying Chapter 2, Psychological Methods. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Useful in the development and validation of theories in psychology. Replicated. such as musical ability and mechanical skills. Personality Tests.

    A person of normal intelligence who has an extraordinary ability in some area is called: a prodigy Rose has an intelligence score of 70, but has a remarkable memory for musical performance even when she hears them for the first time.   This study examines how listener judgments of second language speech relate to individual differences in listeners’ phonological memory, attention control, and musical ability. Sixty native English listeners (30 music majors, 30 nonmusic majors) rated 40 nonnative speech samples for accentedness, comprehensibility, and by:


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The development and validation of a set of musical ability tests by Robert W. Lundin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lundin, Robert W. (Robert William), Development and validation of a set of musical ability tests. Title(s): The development and validation of a set of musical ability tests.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington, American Psychological Association, [] Description: 20 p. ill. Language: English LCCN: Other Subject(s): Musical ability tests NLM ID: R[Book].

Prominent representatives are the different measures of music audiation by Gordon (, ), the Standardized Tests of Musical Intelligence by Wing (, ), and the Measures of Musical Ability by Bentley (, ).

These batteries were developed to measure musical potential in children and adolescents, often with the priority of Cited by: 5.

Development and Validation of the Musical Ear Training Assessment (META) Anna Wolf 1,2 and Reinhard Kopiez Abstract In the following study, we have developed an assessment instrument for the practice-dependent skill of analytical hearing following a strict test theoretical validation, resulting in the Musical Ear Training Assessment (META).

Melodic discrimination (the ability to discriminate between similar versions of a melody) is a core musical skill that is often assessed in musical aptitude and ability teCited by: 1. describes lucidly what we know concerning musical ability, its assessment and development. On the practical questions of which tests are best, and for what purposes, the book provides sound guidance.

Virtues of the previous edition are preserved, such as good reviews of the historical background. Abstract. The study of musical ability has gained considerable traction across disciplines in recent years.

In comparison, less effort has been invested in the development of sound measures of musical ability. To redress this gap, we conducted four studies to empirically validate two brief measures derived from the Profile of Music Perception Skills (PROMS)—an exceptionally inclusive battery of musical abilities Cited by: 7.

The study of musical ability has gained considerable traction across disciplines in recent years. In comparison, less effort has been invested in the development of sound measures of musical ability. To redress this gap, we conducted fourstudiestoempiricallyvalidatetwobriefmeasuresderivedfromtheProfileofMusicPerceptionSkills(PROMS)—Cited by: 7.

Musical aptitude definition and measure validation: Ecological validity can endanger the construct validity of musical aptitude tests. Request the article directly from the author on ResearchGate Author: Kai Karma. One reason for this development is a growing concern to understand the role of musical ability in nonmusical faculties, ranging from motor skills and general intelligence to language processing and socio-emotional competencies, such as empathy.

Understanding these links might also be relevant to the understanding of deficits in these by:   BEINSTOCK, S. A review of recent studies in musical aptitude.

educ. Psychol.,33, – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. The present study aimed to development, standardize and validate a 'Questionnaire on Music Perception Ability' that can be used as a tool to classify the individuals as with and without musical.

Zentner, M., & Strauss, H. Assessing musical ability quickly and objectively: Development and validation of the Short-Proms and the Mini-Proms.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,Publication. and a limited number of musical skills were tested. The study reported here provides a more extensive analysis of the relation between developing reading and musical skills.

One hundred 4- and 5-year-old children were administered a set of music tasks that focused rhythm, melody, and chord processing, a set of phonemic awareness tasks knownFile Size: KB. The measurement of musical ability (the field that has attracted most attention) has been hampered by the lack of agreement on the nature of musical skill (Lundin, ; Bentley, ; Lehman, ; Shuter, ).

However, this problem has not deterred psychologists from devising tests for the quantification of musical by: including the music aptitude tests and measures of music audiation by Gordon (,), the Standardized Tests of Musical Intelligence by Wing (, ), and the Measures of Musical Ability by Bentley (, ).

These tests have been widely used in the field ofFile Size: 1MB. Home» Tests and Measures» PROMS The Profile of Music Perception Skills (PROMS), informally "Music-Quotient Test", was developed as a new objective test battery to measure perceptual musical skills across multiple domains: melody, pitch, timbre, tuning, rhythm, rhythm-in.

music, many of which had, up to this point, existed as a theoretical world (structure, tonality, even intonation) and I was able to give reasons for my opinions. Working with the Kodaly method, we are able to give children the ability to participate and understand music in a way that is very sophisticated but.

Music Education Research International, Volume 4, 31 Development and Validation of the Music Performance Self-Efficacy Scale Michael S.

Zelenak Dixie M. Hollins High School—St. Petersburg, FL, U.S.A. Abstract The purpose of this study was to develop and validate the Music Performance Self-Efficacy Scale (MPSES).

Tests of Musical Ability and Appreciation: An Investigation into the Measurement, Distribution, and Development of Musical Capacity (The British journal of psychology. Monograph supplements) by Herbert Wing and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.

The structure and relationship of college women's primary abilities and vocational interests Inventory short form. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 42, Lundin, R. W. (). Development and validation of a set of musical ability tests. Psy- chological Monographs, 63, Lundin, R.

W. ().Cited by:   The main objective of the study was to develop and validate an aptitude test for secondary school Mathematics students. A multiple choice test of 50 items was finalized after pilot study. The test was administered to a sample of boys and girls of.

The relationship between verbal reports and galvanic skin responses to music. Unpublished doctor’s dissertation. Indiana Univ., 2. The development and validation of a set of musical ability tests.

Psychol. Monogr.,63, (Whole No. ), 1–20 Lundin, R.W. Aesthetic experience or response? A psychological viewpoint. Cited by: 2.