Mari Tervaniemi

Affiliations: 
Helsingin Yliopisto / University of Helsinki, Helsingfors, Finland 
Area:
music cognition, speech perception, auditory neuroscience
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Putkinen V, Huotilainen M, Tervaniemi M. (2019) Neural Encoding of Pitch Direction Is Enhanced in Musically Trained Children and Is Related to Reading Skills. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 1475
Putkinen V, Tervaniemi M, Huotilainen M. (2019) Musical playschool activities are linked to faster auditory development during preschool-age: a longitudinal ERP study. Scientific Reports. 9: 11310
Kliuchko M, Brattico E, Gold BP, et al. (2019) Fractionating auditory priors: A neural dissociation between active and passive experience of musical sounds. Plos One. 14: e0216499
Linnavalli T, Putkinen V, Huotilainen M, et al. (2018) Maturation of Speech-Sound ERPs in 5-6-Year-Old Children: A Longitudinal Study. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 814
Linnavalli T, Putkinen V, Lipsanen J, et al. (2018) Music playschool enhances children's linguistic skills. Scientific Reports. 8: 8767
Huotilainen M, Tervaniemi M. (2018) Planning music-based amelioration and training in infancy and childhood based on neural evidence. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Poikonen H, Toiviainen P, Tervaniemi M. (2018) Naturalistic music and dance: Cortical phase synchrony in musicians and dancers. Plos One. 13: e0196065
Poikonen H, Toiviainen P, Tervaniemi M. (2018) Dance on Cortex: Enhanced Theta Synchrony in Experts when Watching a Dance Piece. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Kliuchko M, Puoliväli T, Heinonen-Guzejev M, et al. (2017) Neuroanatomical substrate of noise sensitivity. Neuroimage. 167: 309-315
Linnavalli T, Putkinen V, Huotilainen M, et al. (2017) Phoneme processing skills are reflected in children's MMN responses. Neuropsychologia. 101: 76-84
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