Carol L. Krumhansl

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Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
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Cognition Music
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Bob McMurray research assistant 1996-1997 Cornell (Neurotree)
Jamshed Bharucha grad student Cornell (Neurotree)
Caroline Palmer grad student Cornell (Neurotree)
Glenn Schellenberg grad student Cornell (Neurotree)
Mark Schmuckler grad student Cornell
Michael  J. Hove grad student 2009 Cornell (Neurotree)
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Large EW, Kim JC, Flaig NK, et al. (2016) A neurodynamic account of musical tonality Music Perception. 33: 319-331
Krumhansl CL, Zupnick JA. (2013) Cascading reminiscence bumps in popular music. Psychological Science. 24: 2057-68
Vines BW, Krumhansl CL, Wanderley MM, et al. (2011) Music to my eyes: cross-modal interactions in the perception of emotions in musical performance. Cognition. 118: 157-70
Huang J, Krumhansl CL. (2011) What does seeing the performer add? it depends on musical style, amount of stage behavior, and audience expertise Musicae Scientiae. 15: 343-364
Hove MJ, Spivey MJ, Krumhansl CL. (2010) Compatibility of motion facilitates visuomotor synchronization. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 36: 1525-34
Hove MJ, Sutherland ME, Krumhansl CL. (2010) Ethnicity effects in relative pitch. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 17: 310-6
Krumhansl CL. (2010) Cognitive Foundations of Musical Pitch Cognitive Foundations of Musical Pitch. 1-307
Krumhansl CL. (2010) Plink: "Thin slices" of music Music Perception. 27: 337-354
Krumhansl CL, Agres KR. (2008) Musical expectancy: The influence of musical structure on emotional response Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 31: 584-585
Hove MJ, Keller PE, Krumhansl CL. (2007) Sensorimotor synchronization with chords containing tone-onset asynchronies. Perception & Psychophysics. 69: 699-708
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