Stefanie Acevedo (2012) is a PhD student in music theory. She holds a B.M. in music composition from the University of Florida, an M.M. in music theory from Bowling Green State University, and an M.A. in psychology, with an emphasis on music cognition, from the University at Buffalo. While at BGSU, she completed a thesis on atonal segmentation. At Buffalo, she worked in the Auditory Perception and Action lab (http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu). Her thesis focused on metrical and motivic interaction in the perception of tonal patterns.
Her current research interests include musical segmentation and categorization, form, schema theory, and pedagogical applications of cognitive models.
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