Frank A. Russo, Ph.D.

2002 Queen's University, Canada, Kingston, Ontario, Canada 
Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Music
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Lola L. Cuddy grad student 2002 Queen's University, Canada
 (The influence of bottom -up expectancy on melodic processing difficulty.)


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Adiel Mallik post-doc Ryerson (PsychTree)
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Copelli F, Rovetti J, Ammirante P, et al. (2021) Human mirror neuron system responsivity to unimodal and multimodal presentations of action. Experimental Brain Research
Rovetti J, Goy H, Zara M, et al. (2021) Reduced Semantic Context and Signal-to-Noise Ratio Increase Listening Effort As Measured Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. Ear and Hearing
Copelli F, Behar A, Ngoc Le T, et al. (2021) Field Attenuation of Foam Earplugs. Safety and Health At Work. 12: 184-191
Gilmore SA, Russo FA. (2021) Neural and Behavioral Evidence for Vibrotactile Beat Perception and Bimodal Enhancement. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-16
Rovetti J, Goy H, Nurgitz R, et al. (2021) Comparing verbal working memory load in auditory and visual modalities using functional near-infrared spectroscopy. Behavioural Brain Research. 402: 113102
Good A, Sims L, Clarke K, et al. (2020) Indigenous youth reconnect with cultural identity: The evaluation of a community- and school-based traditional music program. Journal of Community Psychology
Wood EA, Rovetti J, Russo FA. (2020) Vocal-motor interference eliminates the memory advantage for vocal melodies. Brain and Cognition. 145: 105622
Peck K, Russo F, Campos JL, et al. (2020) Examining potential effects of arousal, valence, and likability of music on visually induced motion sickness. Experimental Brain Research
Lauzon AP, Russo FA, Harris LR. (2020) The influence of rhythm on detection of auditory and vibrotactile asynchrony. Experimental Brain Research
Dubinsky E, Wood EA, Nespoli G, et al. (2019) Short-Term Choir Singing Supports Speech-in-Noise Perception and Neural Pitch Strength in Older Adults With Age-Related Hearing Loss. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 1153
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