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Huron's Potholes

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S. Gerber

6:56 pm October 27, 2010

I'd like to share these two items authored by cognition expert Prof. David Huron at Ohio State, and used in his doctoral-level course on empirical methods in music research. The first is a list of methodological traps or "potholes," and the second is a facetious academic scenario in systematic musicology which illustrates many of them.

http://www.musiccog.ohio-state…..holes.html

http://www.musiccog.ohio-state…../quiz.html

Prof. Steve Gerber
GMU music librarian & instructor for MUSIC 662

CJ Liotta

9:21 pm November 4, 2010

These are quite helpful since my paper will involve making some argumentative assumptions. Thanks for posting.

 

CJ


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