Laurel J. Trainor

Affiliations: 
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
Area:
"Auditory Perception, Music Perception & Cognition"
Website:
http://psycserv.mcmaster.ca/ljt/index.htm
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Chang A, Bedoin N, Canette LH, et al. (2021) Atypical beta power fluctuation while listening to an isochronous sequence in dyslexia. Clinical Neurophysiology : Official Journal of the International Federation of Clinical Neurophysiology. 132: 2384-2390
Chang A, Li YC, Chan JF, et al. (2021) Inferior Auditory Time Perception in Children With Motor Difficulties. Child Development
Chang A, Kragness HE, Tsou W, et al. (2020) Body sway predicts romantic interest in speed dating. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Jacoby N, Margulis EH, Clayton M, et al. (2020) Cross-Cultural Work in Music Cognition Music Perception. 37: 185-195
Canette LH, Fiveash A, Krzonowski J, et al. (2019) Regular rhythmic primes boost P600 in grammatical error processing in dyslexic adults and matched controls. Neuropsychologia. 107324
Chang A, Bosnyak DJ, Trainor LJ. (2019) Rhythmicity facilitates pitch discrimination: Differential roles of low and high frequency neural oscillations. Neuroimage
Chang A, Kragness HE, Livingstone SR, et al. (2019) Body sway reflects joint emotional expression in music ensemble performance. Scientific Reports. 9: 205
Corrigall KA, Trainor LJ. (2019) Electrophysiological Correlates of Key and Harmony Processing in 3-year-old Children Music Perception. 36: 435-447
Chen Y, Chang A, Rosenberg M, et al. (2019) Are you the sort of person who would like this? Quantifying the typicality of aesthetic taste across seeing and hearing Journal of Vision. 19: 174b
Swarbrick D, Bosnyak D, Livingstone SR, et al. (2018) How Live Music Moves Us: Head Movement Differences in Audiences to Live Versus Recorded Music. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2682
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