SMPC Call for Abstracts: Deadline extended to April 16 (jonathan feldman )

Subject: SMPC Call for Abstracts: Deadline extended to April 16
From:    jonathan feldman  <jfeldman(at)MEDIA.MIT.EDU>
Date:    Thu, 3 Apr 1997 14:24:28 -0500

2nd Call for Abstracts and Tutorial Proposals: Society for Music Perception and Cognition MIT Media Lab, July 31-August 3, 1997 www: email: smpc(at) New abstract deadline: April 16, 1997 Notifications for abstracts submitted by April 1: May 1, 1997 Notifications for abstracts submitted after April 1: May 16, 1997 The Society of Music Perception and Cognition invites you to submit an abstract for unpublished papers in the following or related topic areas in both Western and Non-Western traditions: * acoustics and psychoacoustics * pitch and structure * perception and cognition of melody, harmony, rhythm, and meter * learning and memory * music and neuropsychology * emotion and meaning in music * expression encoding * philosophy and aesthetics * performance and improvisation studies * machine models of performance * computational applications of music perception/cognition The Society also invites tutorial sessions on key topics. Single page abstracts on any of the above or related topics for presentation and proposals for tutorials should be sent to: Connie Van Rheenen, SMPC Conference Registrar MIT Media Laboratory, Room E15-486 20 Ames Street Cambridge, MA 02139 617-253-2727 cvr(at) or smpc(at) Expected length of presentations is 20 minutes, including questions. Submit: 1. a hard copy of your abstract; and 2. a printed list of your equipment needs 3. either: 1. a diskette containing the formatted abstract; or 2. an e-mail copy of your abstract based on the following form Further formatting specifications for the hard copy: * Microsoft Word or Word Perfect diskette (preferably Microsoft Word) * one single-spaced page, with one inch margins at top, bottom, right, and left * one blank line between paragraphs, no paragraph indenting * text in Times New Roman font, as follows: o title, in 16 point bold, on 1 or 2 lines o blank line o name, in 12 point bold o blank line o affiliations, mail address, telephone, e-mail, in 10 point plain o blank line o text, in 10 point plain Please see the SMPC web page at for further conference details.

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