Jessica Adrienne Grahn

Affiliations: 
Brain and Mind Institute University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
auditory system, rhythm perception, music neuroscience
Website:
http://www.jessicagrahn.com
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Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden CM, Joanisse MF, Grahn JA, et al. (2022) Familiarity modulates neural tracking of sung and spoken utterances. Neuroimage. 252: 119049
Hoddinott JD, Schuit D, Grahn JA. (2021) Comparisons between short-term memory systems for verbal and rhythmic stimuli. Neuropsychologia. 163: 108080
Grahn JA, Bauer AR, Zamm A. (2021) Is neural entrainment to rhythms the basis of social bonding through music? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 44: e73
Sternin A, McGarry LM, Owen AM, et al. (2021) The Effect of Familiarity on Neural Representations of Music and Language. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 33: 1595-1611
Crosby LD, Chen JL, Grahn JA, et al. (2021) The Effect of Rhythm Abilities on Metronome-Cued Walking with an Induced Temporal Gait Asymmetry in Neurotypical Adults. Journal of Motor Behavior. 1-14
Roberts BS, Ready EA, Grahn JA. (2021) Musical enjoyment does not enhance walking speed in healthy adults during music-based auditory cueing. Gait & Posture. 89: 132-138
Leow LA, Watson S, Prete D, et al. (2021) How groove in music affects gait. Experimental Brain Research
Samuels B, Grahn J, Henry MJ, et al. (2021) European starlings (sturnus vulgaris) discriminate rhythms by rate, not temporal patterns. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 149: 2546
Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden CM, Joanisse MF, Grahn JA. (2020) Music as a scaffold for listening to speech: Better neural phase-locking to song than speech. Neuroimage. 214: 116767
Al Jaja A, Grahn JA, Herrmann B, et al. (2020) The effect of aging, Parkinson's disease, and exogenous dopamine on the neural response associated with auditory regularity processing. Neurobiology of Aging
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