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Wesson, D. W., & Wilson, D. A. (2010). Smelling sounds: Olfactory–auditory sensory convergence in the olfactory tubercle. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30(8), 3013–3021.  
Last edited by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard 28 Sep 2015 10:44:53 Europe/Copenhagen
Abbate, C. (2004). Music: Drastic or gnostic? Critical Inquiry, 30(3), 505–536.  
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Garner, T., & Jordanous, A. 2016, June 27 Emergent perception and video games that listen: Applying sonic virtuality for creative and intelligent npc behaviours. Unpublished paper presented at The 2nd Computational Creativity and Games Workshop, Paris.  
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Zatorre, R. J., Belin, P., & Penhune, V. B. (2002). Structure and function of auditory cortex: Music and speech. Trends in Cognitive Science, 6(1), 37–46.  
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Schulkin, J., & Raglan, G. B. (2014). The evolution of music and human social capability. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8,  
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Unnikrishnan, C. S. (2005). On the gravitational deflection of light and particles. Current Science, 88(7), 1155–1159.  
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Grimm, B. (2019) Why women love loud shoes: Our attraction to noisy shoes, as explained by science. Racked, . Retrieved April 2, 2019, https://www.racked.com/ ... 6156/loud-shoes-science  
Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard 02 Apr 2019 15:39:15 Europe/Copenhagen
Sterne, J. (2012). Sonic imaginations. In J. Sterne (Ed.), The Sound Studies Reader (pp. 1–17). London: Routledge.  
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Pinch, T., & Bijsterveld, K. (2012). New keys to the world of science. In T. Pinch & K. Bijsterveld (Eds), The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies (pp. 3–35). New York: Oxford University Press.  
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Nagel, T. The absurd. The Journal of Philosophy, 68(20), 716–727.  
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Grimshaw, M., Tan, S.-L., & Lipscomb, S. D. (2013). Playing with sound: The role of music and sound effects in gaming. In A. Cohen, S.-L. Tan, R. Kendall & S. D. Lipscomb (Eds), Psychology of Music in Multimedia (pp. 289–314). New York: Oxford University Press.  
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Freud, S. (1919). The "uncanny". Imago, V,  
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Dean, R. T., & Bailes, F. (2007). 'Human understanding' in imagining and organising sound: Some implications of John Locke's essay for ecological, cognitive and embodied approaches to composition. Organized Sound, 12(1), 89–95.  
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Grimshaw, M., & Garner, T. A. (2015). Sonic virtuality: Sound as emergent perception. New York: Oxford University Press.  
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Clark, A. (2013). Expecting the world: Perception, prediction, and the origins of human knowledge. Journal of Philosophy, CX(9), 469–496.  
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Hammershøi, D. September 2 The ANSI definition of sound. [Email]  
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Grimshaw-Aagaard, M., Walther-Hansen, M., & Knakkergaard, M. (Eds). (2019). The Oxford handbook of sound and imagination Vol. 1 & 2. New York: Oxford University Press.  
Last edited by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard 08 Nov 2018 07:04:43 Europe/Copenhagen
Sounding out! (n.d.). . Retrieved February 5, 2016, http://soundstudiesblog ... mental-sound-practices/  
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Wang, Q. J., Wang, S., & Spence, C. (2016). "Turn up the taste": Assessing the role of taste intensity and emotion in mediating crossmodal correspondences between basic tastes and pitch. Chemical Senses, 41, 345–356.  
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Riddoch, M. 2012, September 9—14 On the non-cochlearity of the sounds themselves. Paper presented at International Computer Music Conference.  
Last edited by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard 04 May 2014 13:00:49 Europe/Copenhagen
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