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Bottom-up principles of melodic implication (Narmour, 1990) were evaluated in a melodycompletion task. One hundred subjects (50 low training; 50 high training in music) were presented each of eight melodic intervals. For each interval, the subjects were asked to compose a short melody on a piano keyboard, treating the interval provided as the first two notes of the melody. For each melody, the first response-the note immediately following the initial interval-was analyzed. Multinomiallog lineardoi:10.3758/bf03205521 pmid:9360479 fatcat:7eybdmoodzbrhl3eodol7hbzsa