Selected relevant publications by Faculty & Associated Faculty:

Ansari, Daniel et al. (2011). Neuroethics, 5 (2), 105-117.
Neuroeducation – A Critical Overview of An Emerging Field [PDF]
Berkowitz, Aaron L. & Ansari, Daniel (2008). Neuroimage, 41, 535–543.
Generation of novel motor sequences: The neural correlates of musical improvisation [PDF]
Cirelli LK, Einarson KM & Trainor, Laurel J. (2014). Developmental Science, 17(6):1003-11.
Interpersonal synchrony increases prosocial behavior in infants [PDF]

De Souza, J. (2014). Current Musicology, 97, 21–36.
Voice and Instrument at the Origins of Music [PDF]
Grahn, Jessica. (2009). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1169, 35-45.
The Role of the Basal Ganglia in Beat Perception [PDF]

Grahn, J.A. & Brett, M (2009). Cortex, 45(1), 54-61.
Impairment of beat-based rhythm discrimination in Parkinson's disease [PDF]

Johnsrude, Ingrid et al. (2013). Association for Psychological Science, 24 (10), 1995-2004.
Swinging at a Cocktail Party: Voice Familiarity Aids Speech Perception in the Presence of a Competing Voice [PDF]
Ludke, Karen M, Ferreira, Fernanda & Overy, Katie (2014). Memory and Cognition, 42, 41–52.
Singing can facilitate foreign language learning [PDF]
Overy, Katie (2012). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1252, 65-68.
Making Music in a Group: Synchronisation and Shared Experience [PDF]
Trainor, Laurel J. (2015). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 370 (1664).
The origins of music in auditory scene analysis and the roles of evolution and culture in musical creation [PDF]
Watson, Kevin (2010). Journal of Research in Music Education, 58, 240-259.
The Effects of Aural Versus Notated Instructional Materials on Achievement and Self-Efficacy in Jazz Improvisation [PDF]
Wright, Ruth & Kanellopoulos, Panagiotis (2010). British Journal of Music Education, 27 (1), 71–87.
Informal music learning, improvisation and teacher education [PDF]