Auditory World in terms of Attentional Patterns
We proposed a new understanding of the auditory world in terms of
changes in attentional patterns. Applying Rao's work to audio was no
easy task, since at first sight, the two worlds have nothing in
Periodicity is Learned, not hard coded
New theory of how periodicity emerges from matching successively
larger patterns, and understanding emergent patterns.
Language of Attention
Provided a language of attention for the understanding of musical
pieces. Adding a new category to Rao's system, and filing in the
auditory equivalents of Rao's visual routines.
Unifying visual and auditory world
Same architecture of attention can be used to explain both visual and
auditory worlds. Implications on evolution of those behaviors and on
the separation and specialization of our brains to the different tasks
it accomplishes today.