Meaningful noise : auditory roughness and dissonance predict emotion recognition and cross-modal perception
Liew, Kong Meng
Date of Issue2018-01-02
School of Art, Design and Media
Auditory roughness perception is an important, low-level component in dissonance perception. Four experiments on single-note stimuli were conducted to explore how roughness and dissonance from instrumental timbres and synthesised sound affect emotion recognition and cross-modal perception in listeners. Results suggest that auditory roughness and dissonance are important in conveying emotional properties like arousal and valence, as well as information on visual shape and texture.
DRNTU::Social sciences::Psychology::Affection and emotion