If dots are considered through the trait of receptivity, then it becomes more understandable, even if still a lousy excuse, why many types of music have been filtered out from the scholarship they deserve: many non Western musical traditions; what George Lewis calls the Afrological and Eurological traditions of improvisation; computer, avant garde, and experimental […]

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Specifically, learned improvements on the spatial task transferred from the visual domain to the auditory domain, but not vice versa. Conversely, benefits derived from training on the temporal task transferred from the auditory domain to visual domain, but not vice versa. These results suggest a unidirectional transfer of perceptual learning from dominant to non dominant […]

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DESPITE losing his ‘Last 32’ bout at the World Boxing Championships last Sunday, Mayo’s Ray Moylette is determined to bounce back and make one final big push to qualify for the London 2012 Olympics.However, even though he admitted to being ‘heartbroken’ when speaking to The Mayo News last night, the European Light Welter champion believes […]

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