Lauren Stewart
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The musicality of non-musicians: An index for assessing musical sophistication in the general population
D Müllensiefen, B Gingras, J Musil, L Stewart
PloS one 9 (2), e89642, 2014
Music and the brain: disorders of musical listening
L Stewart, K von Kriegstein, JD Warren, TD Griffiths
Brain 129 (10), 2533-2553, 2006
Motor and phosphene thresholds: a transcranial magnetic stimulation correlation study
LM Stewart, V Walsh, JC Rothwell
Neuropsychologia 39 (4), 415-419, 2001
Singing and social bonding: changes in connectivity and pain threshold as a function of group size
D Weinstein, J Launay, E Pearce, RIM Dunbar, L Stewart
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (2), 152-158, 2016
Intonation processing in congenital amusia: discrimination, identification and imitation
F Liu, AD Patel, A Fourcin, L Stewart
Brain 133 (6), 1682-1693, 2010
Brain changes after learning to read and play music
L Stewart, R Henson, K Kampe, V Walsh, R Turner, U Frith
Neuroimage 20 (1), 71-83, 2003
Reduced sensitivity to emotional prosody in congenital amusia rekindles the musical protolanguage hypothesis
WF Thompson, MM Marin, L Stewart
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (46), 19027-19032, 2012
How do “earworms” start? Classifying the everyday circumstances of Involuntary Musical Imagery
VJ Williamson, SR Jilka, J Fry, S Finkel, D Müllensiefen, L Stewart
Psychology of Music 40 (3), 259-284, 2012
Developmental phonagnosia: a selective deficit of vocal identity recognition
L Garrido, F Eisner, C McGettigan, L Stewart, D Sauter, JR Hanley, ...
Neuropsychologia 47 (1), 123-131, 2009
Memory for pitch in congenital amusia: Beyond a fine-grained pitch discrimination problem
VJ Williamson, L Stewart
Memory 18 (6), 657-669, 2010
Dissecting an earworm: Melodic features and song popularity predict involuntary musical imagery.
K Jakubowski, S Finkel, L Stewart, D Müllensiefen
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 11 (2), 122, 2017
Motion perception and perceptual learning studied by magnetic stimulation.
L Stewart, L Battelli, V Walsh, A Cowey
Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Supplement 51, 334-350, 1999
Electrophysiological correlates of melodic processing in congenital amusia
D Omigie, MT Pearce, VJ Williamson, L Stewart
Neuropsychologia 51 (9), 1749-1762, 2013
Reading music modifies spatial mapping in pianists
L Stewart, V Walsh, U Frith
Perception & psychophysics 66 (2), 183-195, 2004
Do musicians have different brains?
L Stewart
Clinical medicine 8 (3), 304, 2008
Uses and functions of music in congenital amusia
C McDonald, L Stewart
Music Perception 25 (4), 345-355, 2008
TMS produces two dissociable types of speech disruption
L Stewart, V Walsh, U Frith, JC Rothwell
Neuroimage 13 (3), 472-478, 2001
Left posterior BA37 is involved in object recognition: a TMS study
L Stewart, BU Meyer, U Frith, J Rothwell
Neuropsychologia 39 (1), 1-6, 2001
Group music performance causes elevated pain thresholds and social bonding in small and large groups of singers
D Weinstein, J Launay, E Pearce, RIM Dunbar, L Stewart
Evolution and human behavior: official journal of the Human Behavior and …, 2016
Tracking of pitch probabilities in congenital amusia
D Omigie, MT Pearce, L Stewart
Neuropsychologia 50 (7), 1483-1493, 2012
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