Stefan Koelsch, Professor

Music Cognition, Emotion
"Stefan Koelsch"
Mean distance: 16.55 (cluster 40)
Cross-listing: Music Tree

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Menninghaus W, Wagner V, Wassiliwizky E, et al. (2019) What are aesthetic emotions? Psychological Review. 126: 171-195
Cheung VKM, Meyer L, Friederici AD, et al. (2018) The right inferior frontal gyrus processes nested non-local dependencies in music. Scientific Reports. 8: 3822
Koelsch S, Skouras S, Lohmann G. (2018) The auditory cortex hosts network nodes influential for emotion processing: An fMRI study on music-evoked fear and joy. Plos One. 13: e0190057
Menninghaus W, Wagner V, Hanich J, et al. (2017) Negative emotions in art reception: Refining theoretical assumptions and adding variables to the Distancing-Embracing model. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e380
Taruffi L, Pehrs C, Skouras S, et al. (2017) Effects of Sad and Happy Music on Mind-Wandering and the Default Mode Network. Scientific Reports. 7: 14396
DePriest J, Glushko A, Steinhauer K, et al. (2017) Language and music phrase boundary processing in Autism Spectrum Disorder: An ERP study. Scientific Reports. 7: 14465
Wassiliwizky E, Koelsch S, Wagner V, et al. (2017) The emotional power of poetry: neural circuitry, psychophysiology, compositional principles. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Menninghaus W, Wagner V, Hanich J, et al. (2017) The Distancing-Embracing model of the enjoyment of negative emotions in art reception. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 1-58
Glushko A, Steinhauer K, DePriest J, et al. (2016) Neurophysiological Correlates of Musical and Prosodic Phrasing: Shared Processing Mechanisms and Effects of Musical Expertise. Plos One. 11: e0155300
Koelsch S, Busch T, Jentschke S, et al. (2016) Under the hood of statistical learning: A statistical MMN reflects the magnitude of transitional probabilities in auditory sequences. Scientific Reports. 6: 19741
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