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Deutsch, D. (Ed.). The Psychology of Music, 3rd Edition, 2013, San Diego: Elsevier. [see review] . [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. (Ed.). The Psychology of Music, 2nd Edition, 1999, San Diego: Academic Press. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. (Ed.). The Psychology of Music, Ist Edition, Volume II, Japanese translation. 1988, Nishimura Co., Ltd.

Deutsch, D. (Ed.). The Psychology of Music, Ist Edition, Volume I, Japanese translation. 1987, Nishimura Co., Ltd.

Deutsch, D. (Ed.). The Psychology of Music, 1st Edition, 1982, New York: Academic Press.

Deutsch, D. & Deutsch, J. A. (Eds.). Short Term Memory, 1975, New York: Academic Press.

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Physiological Psychology , 2nd Edition, 1973, Illinois: Dorsey Press.

Deutsch, J. A. & Deutsch, D. Physiological Psychology, 1st Edition, 1966, llinois: Dorsey Press.

Diana Deutsch, Phantom Words and Other Curiosities. Philomel Records, Compact Disc and Booklet, 2003.

Diana Deutsch, Musical Illusions and Paradoxes. Philomel Records, Compact Disc and Booklet, 1995.

 

Deutsch, D. 2016 : What do you consider the most interesting recent [scientific] news? What makes it Important? In Brockman, J. (Ed.). Know This: Today's Most Interesting and Important Scientific Ideas, Discoveries, and Developments (Edge Question) , 2017, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T., and Lapidis, R. Illusory transformation from speech to song (Chinese translation from Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2011, 129, 2245-2252). Journal of Shenghai Conservatory of Music, 2016, 4, 133-145, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Li, X., and Shen, J. Absolute pitch among students at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music: A large-scale direct-test study. (Chinese translation of Deutsch, D., Li, X., and Shen, J. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2013, 134, 3853-3859) Journal of the Xinghai Conservatory of Music, 2014, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Grouping, In W.F. Thompson (Ed.). Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2014, Sage. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D, Jiang, C., Henthorn, T., and Zhou, S. The tritone paradox among Chinese children aged 12 and 13. Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, 2014, August, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. "Music." In Oxford Bibliographies in Music. Edited by Dunn, D.S. New York: Oxford University Press. 2013, [Web Link] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Absolute pitch. In D. Deutsch (Ed.). The psychology of music, 3rd Edition, 2013, 141-182, San Diego: Elsevier. [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Grouping mechanisms in music. In D. Deutsch (Ed.). The psychology of music, 3rd Edition, 2013, 183-248, San Diego: Elsevier. [PDF Document] [Web Link] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The processing of pitch combinations. In D. Deutsch (Ed.). The psychology of music, 3rd Edition, 2013, 249-325, San Diego: Elsevier. [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Peng, G., Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T., Su, D., and Wang, W. S-Y. Language experience influences nonlinguistic pitch perception. Journal of Chinese Linguistics, 2013, 41, 447-467, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. and Dooley, K. Absolute pitch is associated with a large auditory digit span: A clue to its genesis. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2013, 133, 1859-1861, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Shen, J., Deutsch, D., and Rayner, K. On-line perception of Mandarin Tones 2 and 3: Evidence from eye movements. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2013, 133, 3016-3029, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Commentary on "The octave illusion and handedness: A replication of Diana Deutsch's 1974 study". Musicae Scientiae, 2013, 17, 290-292, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Li, X., and Shen, J. Absolute pitch among students at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music: A large-scale direct-test study. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2013, 134, 3853-3859, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Tierney, A., Dick, F., Deutsch, D., and Sereno, M. Speech versus song: Multiple pitch-sensitive areas revealed by a naturally occurring musical illusion. . Cerebral Cortex, 2012, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Dooley, K. and Deutsch, D. Absolute pitch correlates with high performance on interval naming tasks. . Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2011, 130, 4097-4104, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T., and Lapidis, R. Illusory transformation from speech to song. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2011, 129, 2245-2252, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Noi theo thanh dieu. Vietnamese translation of "Speaking in tones. Scientific American Mind, 2010, July/August, 36-43". 2011, September, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The paradox of pitch circularity. Acoustics Today, 2010, July, 8 - 15, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Dooley, K. & Deutsch, D. Absolute pitch correlates with high performance on musical dictation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2010, 128, 890-893, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Hearing music in ensembles. Physics Today, 2010, February, 40-45, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Speaking in tones. Scientific American Mind, 2010, July/August, 36-43, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Williamson, V., McDonald, C., Deutsch, D., Griffiths, T., and Stewart, L. Faster decline of pitch memory over time in congenital amusia. . Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2010, 6, 15-22, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Hamaoui, K. and Deutsch D. The Perceptual Grouping of Musical Sequences: Pitch and Timing as Competing Cues . Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, S.M. Demorest, S.J. Morrison, P.S. Campbell (Eds), 2010, July, 81-87, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Parlare a tono . Le Scienze, edizione italiana di Scientific American, 2010, November, 71, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Musical Illusions, In Larry R. Squire, Editor. Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, 2009, 5, 1159-1167, Academic Press, Oxford. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Auditory illusions. In Goldstein, E. B. (Ed.) . Encyclopedia of Perception, 2009, 1, 160-164, Sage. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Dooley, K., Henthorn, T. and Head, B. Absolute pitch among students in an American music conservatory: Association with tone language fluency. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2009, 125, 2398-2403, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Le, J., Shen, J., and Henthorn, T. The pitch levels of female speech in two Chinese villages. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2009, April, 125, EL208, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Le, J., Dooley, K., Henthorn, T., Shen, J. and Head, B. Absolute Pitch and Tone Language: Two New Studies. Proceedings of the 7th Triennial Conference of European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Finland, 2009, 69-73, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Dooley, K., and Henthorn, T. Pitch circularity from tones comprising full harmonic series. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2008, 124, 589-597, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Review of Oliver Sacks: . Musicophilia - Tales of Music and the Brain, Scientific American Mind, 2008, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deouell, L. Y., Deutsch, D., Scabini, D., Soroker, N., and Knight, R. T. No disillusions in Auditory Extinction: Perceiving a Melody Comprised of Unperceived Notes. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2008, 1, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Invited Keynote Paper, The ICMPC series, and some current research on music perception and cognition. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, 2008, August, Sapporo, Japan. [PDF Document]

Wade, N., and Deutsch, D. Binaural hearing before and after the stethophone. Acoustics Today, 2008, 4, 16-27, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Music Perception. In 'Listening in the world: Behavioral and neurobiological bases of complex-sound perception'. Frontiers of Bioscience (special issue), 2007, 12, 4473-4482, [PDF Document]

Henthorn, T. & Deutsch, D. Ethnicity versus Early Environment: Comment on 'Early childhood music education and predisposition to absolute pitch: Teasing apart genes and environment' by Peter K. Gregersen, Elena Kowalsky, Nina Kohn, and Elizabeth West Marvin (2000). American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part A, 2007, 143A, 102-103, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Hamaoui, K., and Henthorn, T. The Glissando Illusion and Handedness. Neuropsychologia, 2007, 45, 2981-2988, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Mothers and their offspring perceive the tritone paradox in closely similar ways. Archives of Acoustics, 2007, 32, 3-14, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Music and talk. In L. Margulis and E. Punset (Eds.). Mind, Life, Universe: Conversations with great scientists of our time, 2007, 241-248, Chelsea Green Publishing Company, White River Junction, VT. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T., Marvin, E., & Xu H-S. Absolute pitch among American and Chinese conservatory students: Prevalence differences, and evidence for a speech-related critical period. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2006, 119, 719-722, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The Enigma of Absolute Pitch. Acoustics Today, 2006, 2, 11-18, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D.,& Hamaoui, K. Grouping mechanisms in music. In T.H. Stoffer and R. Oerter (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Psychology, Vol 1., 2005, 1, 307-341, Gottingen: Hogrefe. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D.,& Hamaoui, K. The processing of pitch combinations. In T.H. Stoffer and R. Oerter (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Psychology, Vol 1., 2005, 1, 343-372, Gottingen: Hogrefe.

Deutsch, D., Henthorn T. and Dolson, M. Speech patterns heard early in life influence later perception of the tritone paradox. Music Perception, 2004, 21, 357-372, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Henthorn T. and Dolson, M. Absolute pitch, speech, and tone language: Some experiments and a proposed framework. Music Perception, 2004, 21, 339-356, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The Octave Illusion Revisited Again. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2004, 30, 355-364, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Reply to Reconsidering evidence for the suppression model of the octave illusion, by C.D. Chambers, J.B. Mattingley, and S.A. Moss. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 2004, 11, 667-676, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. In Chapter 9 of E. Punset (Ed.), Lenguaje musical y humano. Cara a cara con la vida, la mente y el Universo, 2004, 241-248, Barcelona: Destino.

Deutsch, D. An evolutionary perspective on music. Review of The Origins of Music., edited by N. L. Wallin, B. Merker, & S. Brown. Contemporary Psychology APA REVIEW OF BOOKS., 2003, 48, 54-56

Deutsch, D. Absolute pitch - a connection between music and speech?. Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts, 2003, 4, 19-21

Deutsch, D. The Puzzle of Absolute Pitch. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2002, 11, 200-204, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. An interdisciplinary perspective on music and memory. Review of Music and Memory : An Introduction, by Bob Snyder. Contemporary Psychology APA REVIEW OF BOOKS., 2002, 47, 410-412

Deutsch, D. The psychology of music (section). In Stanley Sadie (Ed.). The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. (revised), 2001, London: Macmillan.

Deutsch, D. Music. In Alan E. Kazdin (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Psychology, 2000, Oxford University Press and the American Psychological Association.

Deutsch, D. Grouping mechanisms in music. In D. Deutsch (Ed.). The psychology of music, 2nd Edition, 1999, 299-348, Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Processing of pitch combinations. In D. Deutsch (Ed.). The psychology of music, 2nd Edition, 1999, 349-412, Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The psychology of hearing. Sound and Video Contractor, 1998, September, 34-44, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Paradoxien der Tonhohenwahrnehmung. In O. Gunturkun (Ed.). Biopschologie, 1998, 18-25, Spektrum Akademischer Verlag GmbH, Heide.

Deutsch, D. The tritone paradox: A link between music and speech. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 1997, 174-180, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The perception of auditory patterns. In W. Prinz and B. Bridgeman (Eds.). Handbook of Perception and Action, Vol 1, 1996, 1, 253-296, Academic Press. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Paradoxical music. Echoes (Acoustical Society of America), 1996, 6, 1-5, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Paradoxes of musical pitch. In Science and the Arts. Scientific American (Special Issue), 1995, 46-51

Ragozzine, F. and Deutsch, D. A regional difference in perception of the tritone paradox within the United States. Music Perception, 1994, 12, 213-225, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The tritone paradox: Some further geographical correlates. Music Perception, 1994, 12, 125-136, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. La perception des structures musicales. In A. Zenatti (Ed.). Psychologie de la Musique, 1994, 115-144, Presses Universitaires de France.

Deutsch, D. Die Wahrenehmung auditiver Muster. In W. Prinz and B. Bridgeman (Eds.). Wahrnehmung, Volume in Enzyklopadie de Psychologie, 1994, 339-389, Verlag fur Psychologie.

Deutsch, D. Illusions in sound and music. Sound and Video Contractor, 1994, 10-20

Deutsch, D. Musical Intelligence. In R. J. Sternberg (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Human Intelligence, 1994, New York: MacMillan.

Deutsch, D. The Tritone Paradox and the Pitch Range of the Speaking Voice: Reply to Repp. Music Perception, 1994, 12, 257-263, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Attention: Some theoretical considerations. In G. Underwood (Ed.), The Psychology of Attention. Volume in. International Library of Critical Writings in Psychology, 1993, Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Comments on "Selective attention: perception or response?" In G. Underwood (Ed.), The Psychology of Attention. Volume in. International Library of Critical Writings in Psychology, 1993, Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Paradoxes of musical pitch. Scientific American, 1992, 267, 88-95, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Some new pitch paradoxes and their implications. In Auditory Processing of Complex Sounds. Philosphical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B, 1992, 336, 391-397, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The tritone paradox: Implications for the representation and communication of In M. R. Jones and S. Holleran (Eds.). Cognitive bases of musical communication, 1992, 115-138, American Psychological Association Monog.

Deutsch, D. & Pierce, J. R. The climate of auditory imagery and music. In D. Reisberg (Ed.). Auditory Imagery, 1992, 237-260, Hillsdale: Erlbaum. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Some new pitch paradoxes and their implications. In R. P. Carlyon, C. J. Darwin, & I. J. Russell (Eds.). Processing of Complex Sounds by the Auditory System, 1992, 97-104, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Deutsch, D. The tritone paradox: An influence of language on music perception. Music Perception, 1991, 8, 335-347, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Pitch proximity in the grouping of simultaneous tones. Music Perception, 1991, 9, 185-198, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., North, T. and Ray, L. The tritone paradox: Correlate with the listener's vocal range for speech. Music Perception, 1990, 7, 371-384, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Music for the Ear and Brain. Ars Musica, 1989

Deutsch, D. Foreward to S. McAdams and I. Deliege (Eds.). Music and the Cognitive Sciences, Contemporary Music Review, 1989, Harwood Academic Publishers, London.

Deutsch, D. Foreward to S.MacAdams and I. Deliege (Eds.). Musique et sciences cognitives, 1989, Editions Pierre Mardaga, Brussels.

Deutsch, D. Some new musical paradoxes. In S. Nielzen and O. Olsson (Eds.). Structure and perception of electroacoustic sound and music, 1989, 61-812, Springer-Verlag.

Deutsch, D. Pitch class and octave similarity. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Music Perception and Cognit, 1989, 107-112, Kyoto, Japan.

Deutsch, D. Pitch proximity in the formation of harmonic groupings. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Music Perception and Cognit, 1989, 445-448, Kyoto, Japan.

Deutsch, D. The Semitone Paradox. Music Perception, 1988, 6, 115-132, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Lateralization and sequential relationships in the octave illusion. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1988, 83, 365-368, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Foreward to R. Frances. The Perception of Music (Translation of La Perception de la Musique), 1988, Hillsdale: Erlbaum.

Deutsch, D. Pitch class and perceived height: Some paradoxes and their implications. In E. Narmour and R. Solie (Eds.). Explorations in Music, The Arts, and Ideas: Essays in Honor of Leonard B. Meyer, 1988, 261-294, New York: Pendragon Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Music perception. In E. Barnouw (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of Communications, 1988, Oxford University Press.

Deutsch, D. Review of M. Campbell and C. Greated . The Musician's Guide to Acoustics. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 1988

Deutsch, D. Illusions for Stereo Headphones. Audio Magazine, 1987, 36-48, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Kuyper, W. L. and Fisher, Y. The tritone paradox: Its presence and form of distribution in a general population. Music Perception, 1987, 5, 79-92, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The tritone paradox: Effects of spectral variables. Perception & Psychophysics, 1987, 41, 563-575, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Auditory illusions. In R. L. Gregory (Ed.). The Oxford Companion to the Mind, 1987, 61-63

Deutsch, D. Music perception: History of thought. In R. L. Gregory (Ed.). The Oxford Companion to the Mind, 1987, 505-506

Deutsch, D. A musical paradox. Music Perception, 1986, 3, 275-280., [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Recognition of durations embedded in temporal patterns. Perception and Psychophysics, 1986, 39, 179-187, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Auditory pattern recognition. In K. Boff, L. Kaufman and J. Thomas (Eds.). Handbook of Perception and Human Performance, 1986, 32, 1-44, Wiley. [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Moore, F. R., & Dolson, M. The perceived height of octave-related complexes. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1986, 80, 1346-1353, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. & Feroe, J. La rappresentazione interna delle sequenze sonore nella musica tonale. In L. M. Lorenzetti, and A. Antonietti (Eds.). Processi cognitivi in musica, 1986, 133-163, Milano, Franco Angeli Libri.

Deutsch, D. Review of P. Howell, I. Cross, and R. West. Musical Structure and Cognition. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1986, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Generalizzione dell'ottava e ritenzione dell'informazione melodica. In L. M. Lorenzetti, and A. Antonietti (Eds.). Processi cognitivi in musica, 1986, 164-170, Milano, Franco Angeli Libri.

Deutsch, D. Dichotic Listening to Melodic Patterns and Its Relationship to Hemispheric Specialization of Function. Music Perception, 1985, 3, 127-154, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Representation of pitch and pitch combinations. In H. Bruhn, R. Oerter, and H. Rosing (Eds.). Musikpsychologie - Ein Handbuch in Schluselbegriffen, 1985, Urban and Schwarzenberg.

Deutsch, D. Review of J. A. Sloboda, The Musical Mind. The Times Higher Educational Supplement, 1985

Deutsch, D. Psychology and Music. In M.H. Bornstein (Ed.). Psychology and its Allied Disciplines, 1984, 155-194, Hillsdale: Erlbaum. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Two issues concerning tonal hierarchies: Comment on Castellano, Bharucha, and Krumhansl. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1984, 113, 413-416, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. & Boulanger, R.C. Octave equivalence and the processing of tonal sequences. Music Perception, 1984, 2, 40-51, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Memory for auditory information. In Squire, L. R. and N. Butters (Eds.). Neuropsychology of Memory, 1984, 45-54, The Guiford Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., F. R. Moore, & Dolson, M. Pitch classes differ with respect to height. Music Perception, 1984, 2, 265-271, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Musical space. In R. Crozier and T Chapman (Eds.). Cognitive Processes in the Perception of Art, 1984, North Holland.

Deutsch, D. Review of H. R. Schiffman, Sensation and Perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1984, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Review of M. Mayer. Sensory Perception Laboratory Manual. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1984

Deutsch, D. Review of Geissler et al. Psychophysical Judgment and the Process of Perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1984, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The octave illusion in relation to handedness and familial handedness background. Neuropsychologia, 1983, 21, 289-293, [PDF Document] [Web Link] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The Generation of Two Isochronous Sequences in Parallel. Perception & Psychophysics, 1983, 34, 331-337, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Opening Editorial. Music Perception, 1983, 1, 1-2, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Reply to 'Comments on 'Ear dominance and sequential interactions' by E. William Yund. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1983, 73, 1865-1867, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Handedness and memory for tonal pitch. In J. Herron (Ed.). Neuropsychology of Left-handedness, Japanese edition, 1983, 269-278

Deutsch, D. Auditory illusions and audio. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 1983, 31, 606, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Auditory illusions, handedness, and the spatial environment. Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 1983, 31, 607-618, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Grouping mechanisms in music. In D. Deutsch (Ed.). The Psychology of Music, 1982, 99-134, New York: Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The processing of pitch combinations. In D. Deutsch (Ed.). The Psychology of Music, 1982, 271-316, New York: Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Organizational processes in music. In M. Clynes (Ed.). Music, Mind and Brain, 1982, 119-136, Plenum, New York. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The influence of melodic context on pitch recognition judgement. Perception and Psychophysics, 1982, 31, 407-410, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The internal representation of information in the form of hierarchies. Perception and Psychophysics, 1982, 31, 596-598, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Review of M. Kubovy and J. R. Pomerantz (Eds.), Perceptual Organization. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1982, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Review of R.D. Walk and H.L. Pick, Jr. (Eds.), Intersensory Perception and Sensory Integration. Contemporary Psychology, 1982

Deutsch, D. & Feroe, J. The Internal Representation of Pitch Sequences in Tonal Music. Psychological Review, 1981, 88, 503-522, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The Octave Illusion and Auditory Perceptual Integration. In Tobias, J.V., and Schubert, E.D. Hearing Research and Theory, Volume 1, 1981, 1, 99-142, New York: Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Review of D. McFadden (Ed.), Neural Mechanisms in Behavior. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1981, 70, 647, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Response to 'Auditory Perception in Music Teaching and Learning' by J.J. Heller and W.C. Campbell. Proceedings of the National Symposium on the Applications of Psychology to the Teaching and Learning of Music., 1981, Reston, Virginia.

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. This week's citation classic. Current Contents, 1981, 11, 16, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Music perception and memory. Kungliga Musikaliska Akademiens Arsskrift, 1981, 38-60

Deutsch, D. Response to 'Auditory Perception in Music Teaching and Learning' by J.J. Heller and W.C. Campbell. Proceedings of the National Symposium on the Applications of Psychology to the Teaching and Learning of Music, 1981, Reston, Virginia.

Deutsch, D. Handedness and Memory for Tonal Pitch. In J. Herron (Ed.). Neuropsychology of Lefthandedness, 1980, 263-271, New York: Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The processing of structured and unstructured tonal sequences. Perception & Psychophysics, 1980, 28, 381-389, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Ear dominance and sequential interactions. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1980, 67, 220-228, [PDF Document] [Web Link] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The octave illusion and the what-where connection. In R. S. Nickerson (Ed.). Attention and Performance VIII, 1980, 575-594, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Music perception. The Musical Quarterly, 1980, 66, 165-179, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Review of Brown, E. L., and Deffenbacher, K., Perception and the Senses. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1980, 68, 375, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Review of Radocy, R. E., and Boyle, J. D., Psychological Foundations of Musical Behavior. Contemporary Psychology, 1980

Deutsch, D. Octave Generalization and the Consolidation of Melodic Information. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1979, 25, 399-405, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Binaural integration of melodic patterns. Perception & Psychophysics, 1979, 25, 399-405, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Review of L. E. Marks, The Unity of the Senses. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1979, 65, 1353, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Review of J. B. Davies, The Psychology of Music. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 1979, 379-380, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Review of Coren, S., Porac, C., and Ward, C. M., Sensation and Perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1979, 66, 1907, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Pitch memory: An advantage for the lefthanded. Science, 1978, 199, 559-560, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Delayed pitch comparisions and the principle of proximity. Perception & Psychophysics, 1978, 23, 227-230, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Interference in Pitch Memory as a Function of Ear of Input. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1978, 30, 282-287, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Lateralization by frequency for repeating sequences of dichotic 400-Hz and 800-Hz tones. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1978, 63, 183-186, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The psychology of music. In E. C. Carterette and M. P. Friedman (Eds.). Handbook of Perception, 1978, Volume X, 191-218, New York: Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Octave generalization and melody identification. Perception and Psychophysics, 1978, 23, 91-92, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Interactive effects in memory for harmonic intervals. Perception and Psychophysics, 1978, 24, 7-10, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. & Gregory, A. H. Deutsch's octave illusion. Nature, 1978, 274, 721, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Review of O. Szende, Intervallic Hearing: Its Nature and Pedagogy. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1978, 64, 707

Deutsch, D. Memory and attention to music. In M. Critchley and R. A. Henson (Eds.). Music and the Brain, 1977, 95-130, London: Heinemann Medical Books. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. & Roll, P. L. Separate "what" and "where" decision mchanisms in processing a dichotic tonal sequence. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1976, 2, 23-29, [PDF Document] [Web Link] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Illusioni Musicali. Le Scienze, 1976, 96, 76-83, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Two-channel listening to musical scales . Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1975, 57, 1156-1160, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Facilitation by repetition in recognition memory for tonal pitch. Memory and Cognition, 1975, 3, 263-266, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. & Feroe, J. Disinhibition in pitch memory. Perception & Psychophysics, 1975, 17, 320-324, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. The organization of short term memory for a single acoustic attribute. In D. Deutsch and J. A. Deutsch (Eds.). Short Term Memory, 1975, 107-151, New York: Academic Press. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Auditory Memory. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1975, 29, 87-105, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Musical Illusions. Scientific American, 1975, 233, 92-104, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Generality of interference by tonal stimuli in recognition memory for pitch. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1974, 26, 229-234, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Attention: Some theoretical considerations. In D. G. Stein and Jeffrey J. Rosen (Eds.). Basic Structure and Function in the Central Nervous System, 1974, New York: MacMillan Co.

Deutsch, D. An auditory illusion. Nature, 1974, 251, 307-309, [PDF Document] [Web Link] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. & Roll, P. L. Error patterns in delayed pitch comparisons as a function of relational context. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1974, 103, 1027-1034, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Interference in memory between tones adjacent in the musical scale. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1973, 100, 228-231, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Octave generalization of specific interference effects in memory for tonal pitch. Perception and Psychophysics, 1973, 13, 271-275, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Octave generalization and tune recognition. Perception & Psychophysics, 1972, 11, 411-412, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. Mapping of Interactions in the Pitch Memory Store. Science, 1972, 175, 1020-1022, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Effect of Repetition of Standard and Comparison Tones on Recognition Memory for Pitch. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1972, 93, 156-162, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Music and Memory. Psychology Today, 1972, 8552, 87-89, 119

Deutsch, D. Tones and numbers: Specificity of interference in immediate memory. Science, 1970, 168, 1604-1605, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Dislocation of Tones in a Musical Sequence: a Memory Illusion. Nature, 1970, 226, 286, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Music Recognition. Psychological Review, 1969, 76, 300-309, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Attention: Some theoretical considerations. Reprinted in Ralph Norman Haber (Ed.). Information Processing Approaches to Visual Perception, 1969, New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Animal motivation. Encyclopaedia of Linguistics Information and Control, 1968, Pergamon Press.

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Comments on selective attention: Perception or response. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1967, 19, 362-367, [Web Link]

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Attention: Some theoretical considerations. In Paul Bakan (Ed.). Attention, 1966, D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc.

Deutsch, J. A., & Deutsch, D. Attention: some Theoretical Considerations. Psychological Review, 1963, 70, 80-90, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Phantom Words, and Other Curiosities, 2003, La Jolla: Philomel Records. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Musical Illusions and Paradoxes, 1995, La Jolla: Philomel Records. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Illusions for Stereo Headphones. Audio Magazine, 1987, 36-48

Deutsch, D (Ed.). In Auditory Illusions and Audio.. Special Issue of the Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 1983, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. The phenomenology of musical hallucinations. Paper presented at the. ‘Inner Voices, Inner Music’, Durham, 2014, September, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., and Dooley, K. Absolute pitch is associated with a large auditory digit span: A clue to its genesis. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2012, 132, 1886, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Le, J., Shen, J., and Li, X. Large-scale direct-test study reveals unexpected characteristics of absolute pitch . Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2011, 130, 2398, [Web Link]

Shen, J., Deutsch, D., and Le, J. Overall pitch height as a cue for lexical tone perception . Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2011, 130, 2570, [PDF Document] [Web Link]

Dooley, K. and Deutsch, D. Absolute pitch is correlated with high performance on relative pitch tasks . Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2011, 129, 2582-2582, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Musical illusons, absolute pitch, and other enigmas of sound perception. Vern O. Knudsen Distinguished Lecture presented at the 161th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America . 2011, May, Seattle. [Web Link]

Shen, J., Deutsch, D., & Rayner, K. Processing of Endpoint Pitch in Mandarin Tone Perception: An Eye Movement Study . 20th International Congress on Acoustics, 2010, August, Sydney, Australia.

Deutsch, D., Dooley, K., Henthorn, T. and Head, B. Absolute pitch among students in an American music conservatory: Association with tone language fluency. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2009, April, 125, 2683, Portland. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Lapidis, R., and Henthorn, T. The Speech-to-Song Illusion. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2008, November, 124, 2471, [Web Link] [Web Link]

Griffiths, T. D., McDonald, C., Kumar, S., Deutsch, D., Chinnery, P., and Stewart, L. Could a congenital disorder of musical perception ever be explained by a single gene? Relating neuronal organization to a complex behavioural phenotype. Special Issue on the International Workshop on the Biology and Genetics of Music, Bologna, May 20-22. Neuromusic News, 2007, 12, 14.06, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Dooley, K., and Henthorn, T. A new pitch circularity illusion. Paper presented at the meeting of the. Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Montreal, 2007, Aug 1

Deutsch, D., Dooley, K., and Henthorn, T. A new pitch circularity illusion. Annual Auditory Perception, Cognition, and Action Meeting, Long Beach, 2007, November, [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D. & Henthorn, T. Two issues at the interface between speech and music. (invited presentation). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2006, 120, 3167, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Dooley, K. Dubnov S. Henthorn, T. & Wurden, A. Pitch circularity produced by varying the amplitudes of odd and even harmonics. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2005, 118, 1949, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Hamaoui, K. Henthorn, T. The Glissando Illusion: A spatial illusory contour in hearing. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2005, 117, 2476, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T., Marvin, E. and Xu H-S. Tone language and absolute pitch: Prevalence among American and Chinese conservatory students. Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 2004, 116, 2580, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Two curiosities relating music to speech. Presented to the Society of Experimental Psychologists, 2003

Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T. & Dolson, M. Bilingual speakers perceive a musical illusion in accordance with their first language. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2000, 108, 2591, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Auditory illusions and the brain. Symposium on: Perception, Illusion, and the Brain. AAAS Annual Meeting, 1999, Anaheim.

Deutsch, D. Some musical illusions and their relationships to speech. In Symposium on: Communication: Neurobiological and environmental approaches. AAAS Annual Meeting, 1997, Seattle.

Deutsch, D. The tritone paradox: A link between music and speech. Invited paper. Workshop on Language and Music Processing, 1997, Marseilles.

Deutsch, D. Mothers and their children hear a musical illusion in strikingly similar ways. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1996, 99, 2482, [Web Link]

Ragozzine, F., & Deutsch, D. A regional difference within the United States in perception of the tritone paradox. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1993, 94, 1860, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Some new musical paradoxes: A link between music and speech. Invited Address. American Psychological Association, Division 3, 1991, San Francisco.

Deutsch, D. Some new sound paradoxes and their implications. Royal Society Discussion Meeting on Auditory Processing of Complex Sounds, 1991, Royal Society, London.

Deutsch, D., L. Ray, M. Dolson, S. Zisook, and F. R. Moore. Computer evaluation of musical performance from the acoustic signal: An exploratory study on performance anxiety. (invited presentation). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1990, 88, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. A link between music perception and speech production. (invited presentation). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1990, 88, S139, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., North, T. & Ray, L. Vocal range for speech determines perception of a musical pattern. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1989, 86, S17, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. A new pitch paradox. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1988, 84, s144, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. An auditory paradox. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1986, 80, s93, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Some new musical illusions, Invited presentation. Audio Engineering Society Convention, 1986, Los Angeles.

Deutsch, D., F. R. Moore, & Dolson, M. Pitch classes differ with respect to height. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1985, 77, s35, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Nontransposable music. In American Psychological Association Symposium, Recent advances in the psychology of music, 1985, Los Angeles.

Deutsch, D. Musical illusions and paradoxes, Invited Address. American Psychological Association Convention, 1985, Los Angeles.

Deutsch, D. Stereo TV, Invited presentation. Society for Motion Picture and Television Engineers Workshop, 1985, Los Angeles.

Deutsch, D. Nontransposable music. . Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1985, Vancouver.

Deutsch, D., F. R. Moore. A spectral contrast illusion. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1984, 76, s77, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Duration discrimination and the processing of rhythmic patterns. Psychonomic Society Meeting, 1984, El Paso.

Deutsch, D. The processing of simultaneous musical streams. (invited presentation). Workshop on Physical and Neuropsychological Foundations of Music, 1983, Ossiach, Austria.

Deutsch, D. Musical space. (Plenary Session Address.). International conference on Psychology and the Arts, 1983, Cardiff, Wales.

Deutsch, D. The processing of simultaneous musical streams. Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1983, New Haven.

Deutsch, D. Octave equivalence in the processing of tonal sequences. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1983, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Dichotic listening to musical sequences: Relationship to hemispheric specialization of function. (invited presentation). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1983, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. A left-right anisotropy in the perception of tonal sequences. Psychonomic Society Meeting, 1983, San Diego.

Deutsch, D. Psychoacoustical illusions, handedness, and the spatial environment. (Invited presentation). 72nd Audio Engineering Society Convention, 1982, Anaheim.

Deutsch, D. Music and the sciences: the interface. 25th Annual Meeting of the College Music Society, 1982, Boston.

Deutsch, D. The organization of musical information. American Psychological Association Symposium: Of Musical Charms and Noisy Theories, 1981., Los Angeles.

Deutsch, D. Recall of hierarchically structured melodic sequences. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1980, 67, s7, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Music perception. (Invited tutorial presentation). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1979, 65, s92, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Memory for pitch and pitch relationships. In American Psychological Association Symposium: Individual and Sociocultural Determinants of Musical Perception and Production. Memory for pitch and pitch relationships., 1979, New York.

Deutsch, D. Ear dominance depends on sequential, frequency-specific interactions between tones at the two ears. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1978, 63, s31, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Binaural integration of tonal patterns. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1978, 64, s146, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Left handers outperform right handers on a pitch memory task. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1977, 61, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Octave equivalence in the processing of tonal sequences. (Invited presentation). Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1976, 60, s94, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Influence of relational context on pitch recognition as a function of retention interval. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1976, 59, s51, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Lateralization by frequency in dichotic tonal sequences as a function of interaural amplitude and time differences. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1976, 60, s50, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. An auditory illusion. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1974, 55, s18-s19, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. An illusion with musical scales. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 1974, 56, s25, [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., and Dooley, K. Absolute pitch is associated with a large auditory digit span: A clue to its genesis. Invited Lay Language paper presented at the 164th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. 2012, October, Kansas City. [PDF Document]

Deutsch, D., Dooley, K., Henthorn, T. and Head, B. Perfect pitch: Language wins out over genetics. Invited Lay Language paper presented at the 157th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. 2008, May, Portland. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Lapidis, R., and Henthorn, T. The speech-to-song illusion. Invited Lay language paper presented at the 156th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2008, November, Miami. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Hamaoui, K. Henthorn, T. The Glissando Illusion: A spatial illusory contour in hearing. Invited Lay Language paper presented at the 149th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2005, May, Vancouver. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T., Marvin, E. and Xu H-S. Perfect pitch in tone language speakers carries over to music. Invited Lay language paper presented at the 148th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. 2004, November, San Diego. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D., Henthorn, T. and Dolson, M. Tone language speakers possess absolute pitch. Invited Lay language paper presented at the 138th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. 1999, October, Columbus. [Web Link]

Deutsch, D. Mothers and their children hear a musical illusion in strikingly similar ways. Invited Lay language paper presented at the 131st meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. 1996, May, Indianapolis. [Web Link]


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