dissonance

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cognitive dissonance
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cognitive dissonance
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cognitive dissonance
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cognitive dissonance theory
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a state of disagreement or conflict
conflicting notes that are not overtones of the note or chord sounding
a harsh, discordant combination of sounds
discord
{n} discord, disagreement, harshness
the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience; "modern music is just noise to me"
A combination of tones that sounds discordant and unstable, in need of resolution [Harmony]
An interaction between two or more pitches or frequencies that conflict, resulting in wobbles, beats, or rough sound In mathematical terms, they vibrate or oscillate in asymetrical relationships that cause distortion commensurate with the degree of mathematical conflict
The result of the relationship between two inconsistent ideas The result of the relationship between two inconsistent ideas
A mingling or union of harsh, inharmonious sounds which are grating to the ear (See also Cacophony) (Contrast Euphony)
a combination of notes that is jarring or unresolved
Dissonance is a lack of agreement or harmony between things. = discord
Sometimes cognitive dissonance The sense of discomfort people experience when confronted by contradictory ideas
The sounding of two or more tones which produce an effect of harshness or instability, and demand "resolution" to a consonance Like consonance, the concept of dissonance is dependent upon both context and the way our ears have been cultured Some intervals considered dissonant in the Medieval period were found to be consonant during the Renaissance Also, the way a dissonance is resolved (and even the way it is orchestrated) can decrease or intensify how "harsh" it sounds Intervals commonly considered dissonant in tonal music are the major and minor seconds and sevenths
A combination of notes that is heard as harmonically unstable or unpleasant
disagreeable sounds
A mingling of discordant sounds; an inharmonious combination of sounds; discord
A harsh blending of sounds
A simultaneous sounding of tones that produces a feeling of tension or unrest and a feeling that further resolution is needed
The unstable, unresolved sound of an interval or chord whose constituent notes are not in simple frequency ratio relationships with each other See Section 2 14
(a) In music, an inharmonious combination of sounds; contrasted with consonance (b) In social psychology, Festinger's term for discomfort arising from a perceived inconsistency between one's attitudes and one's behavior See also cognitive dissonance
{i} discord, cacophony; difference, inconsistency
a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters
Two or more sounds that, when heard together, sound unpleasant
Two or more notes that clash with each other when played simultaneously
Want of agreement; incongruity
two or more notes of different intervals that clash and need to be resolved in order for the ear to be satisfied
When there is a feeling of instability or tension in the texture of a piece of music
Notes that conflict, or sound outside of a chord in which they occur Such notes usually fall outside of the overtones which are being generated by the note or chord that is sounding
Two or more notes sounded together which are discordant, and, in the prevailing harmonic system, require resolution to a consonance Search Google com for Dissonance
Sounds of unrest, e g intervals of seconds and sevenths; the opposite of consonance
cacaphony, or harsh-sounding language
Roughness that results when tones with appropriate frequency difference are presented simultaneously
n The lack of agreement, consistency or harmony; conflict
An imbalanced state that results when a logical inconsistency exists among cognitive elements
When two or more notes are sounded together to produce a discord
dissonance-
Roughness that results when tones with appropriate frequency difference are presented simultaneously
dissonance-
n The lack of agreement, consistency or harmony; conflict
dissonance-
The result of the relationship between two inconsistent ideas The result of the relationship between two inconsistent ideas
dissonance-
An imbalanced state that results when a logical inconsistency exists among cognitive elements
dissonance-
When there is a feeling of instability or tension in the texture of a piece of music
dissonance-
An interaction between two or more pitches or frequencies that conflict, resulting in wobbles, beats, or rough sound In mathematical terms, they vibrate or oscillate in asymetrical relationships that cause distortion commensurate with the degree of mathematical conflict
dissonance-
The unstable, unresolved sound of an interval or chord whose constituent notes are not in simple frequency ratio relationships with each other See Section 2 14
dissonance-
A combination of tones that sounds discordant and unstable, in need of resolution [Harmony]
dissonance-
The sounding of two or more tones which produce an effect of harshness or instability, and demand "resolution" to a consonance Like consonance, the concept of dissonance is dependent upon both context and the way our ears have been cultured Some intervals considered dissonant in the Medieval period were found to be consonant during the Renaissance Also, the way a dissonance is resolved (and even the way it is orchestrated) can decrease or intensify how "harsh" it sounds Intervals commonly considered dissonant in tonal music are the major and minor seconds and sevenths
dissonance-
disagreeable sounds
dissonance-
disagreement: a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters
dissonance-
noise: the auditory experience of sound that lacks musical quality; sound that is a disagreeable auditory experience; "modern music is just noise to me"
dissonance-
(a) In music, an inharmonious combination of sounds; contrasted with consonance (b) In social psychology, Festinger's term for discomfort arising from a perceived inconsistency between one's attitudes and one's behavior See also cognitive dissonance
dissonance-
A harsh blending of sounds
dissonance-
cacaphony, or harsh-sounding language
dissonance-
Two or more notes sounded together which are discordant, and, in the prevailing harmonic system, require resolution to a consonance Search Google com for Dissonance
dissonance-
A simultaneous sounding of tones that produces a feeling of tension or unrest and a feeling that further resolution is needed
dissonance-
Notes that conflict, or sound outside of a chord in which they occur Such notes usually fall outside of the overtones which are being generated by the note or chord that is sounding
dissonance-
When two or more notes are sounded together to produce a discord
dissonance-
Sometimes cognitive dissonance The sense of discomfort people experience when confronted by contradictory ideas
dissonance-
two or more notes of different intervals that clash and need to be resolved in order for the ear to be satisfied
dissonance-
Sounds of unrest, e g intervals of seconds and sevenths; the opposite of consonance
dissonance-
A mingling or union of harsh, inharmonious sounds which are grating to the ear (See also Cacophony) (Contrast Euphony)
dissonance-
Two or more sounds that, when heard together, sound unpleasant
dissonance-
a combination of notes that is jarring or unresolved
dissonance-
Two or more notes that clash with each other when played simultaneously
dissonance-
A combination of notes that is heard as harmonically unstable or unpleasant
cognitive dissonance
a conflict or anxiety resulting from inconsistencies between one's beliefs and one's actions or other beliefs.2001, Corsini, Raymond J., The Dictionary of Psychology, Routledge, ISBN 1583913289, page 180: 2004, Modeste, Naomi N.; Teri S. Tamayose, Dictionary of Public Health Promotion and Education: Terms and Concepts, Jossey-Bass, ISBN 0787969192, page 19: 2000, Danesi, Marcel, Encyclopedic Dictionary of Semiotics, Media, and Communication, University of Toronto Press, ISBN 0802083293, page 53:
cognitive dissonance
discrepancy between what a person does and what they think or believe; psychological state of conflict that occurs when a person's behavior contradicts their thoughts or beliefs
cognitive dissonance
A condition of conflict or anxiety resulting from inconsistency between one's beliefs and one's actions, such as opposing the slaughter of animals and eating meat. Mental conflict that occurs when beliefs or assumptions are contradicted by new information. The concept was introduced by the psychologist Leon Festinger (1919-1989) in the late 1950s. He and later researchers showed that, when confronted with challenging new information, most people seek to preserve their current understanding of the world by rejecting, explaining away, or avoiding the new information or by convincing themselves that no conflict really exists
consonance and dissonance
Perceived qualities of musical chords and intervals. Consonance is often described as relative "stability," and dissonance as "instability." In musical contexts, certain intervals seem to call for motion by one of the tones to "resolve" perceived dissonance. The most consonant intervals are generally recognized as the unison and octave, and the next most consonant interval as the perfect fifth. Consonance tends to reflect the early intervals of the overtone series (which include, in addition to the octave and perfect fifth, the major and minor thirds and the perfect fourth), but many musical factors can affect the perception of consonance and dissonance
dissonances
plural of dissonance
dissonance
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