Буквально звучащий тон vs левополушарный конструкт 

meta_eugzol в посте Metapractice (оригинал в ЖЖ)

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  1. Syntorial meta_eugzol
    Активация "спектрального" восприятия meta_eugzol
Левополушарный "пропущенный основной тон" vs правополушарное спектральное восприятие
For example, when a note (that is not a pure tone) has a pitch of 100 Hz, it will consist of frequency components that are integer multiples of that value (e.g. 100, 200, 300, 400, 500.... Hz). However, smaller loudspeakers may not produce low frequencies, and so in our example, the 100 Hz component may be missing. Nevertheless, a pitch corresponding to the fundamental may still be heard.
The pitch of the missing fundamental, usually at the greatest common divisor of the frequencies present,[11] is not, however, always perceived. Research conducted at Heidelberg University shows that, under narrow stimulus conditions with a small number of harmonics, the general population can be divided into those who perceive missing fundamentals, and those who primarily hear the overtones instead.[12] This was done by asking subjects to judge the direction of motion (up or down) of two complexes in succession. The authors used structural MRI and MEG to show that the preference for missing fundamental hearing correlated with left-hemisphere lateralization of pitch perception, where the preference for spectral hearing correlated with right-hemisphere lateralization, and those who exhibited the latter preference tended to be musicians.