Since I started using CiteULike on May 2nd, I’ve added 487 citations, most of them related to music cognition. We are unlikely to blog about more than a tiny percentage of these articles, so I’ve decided to post a few citations here a few times a week. There’s a chance that we’ll write about some of these in more detail later. Here are five citations from disparate sources, posted to my CiteULike library in June, 2011. Highlighted portions of the citations will lead you to websites that usually include an abstract.
- Claudio Babiloni, Fabrizio Vecchio, Francesco Infarinato, Paola Buffo, Nicola Marzano, Danilo Spada, Simone Rossi, Ivo Bruni, Paolo M. Rossini, and Daniela Perani. Simultaneous recording of electroencephalographic data in musicians playing in ensemble. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior, May 2011. DOI
- Shuji Izumi, Kosuke Itoh, Hitoshi Matsuzawa, Sugata Takahashi, Ingrid L. Kwee, and Tsutomu Nakada. Functional asymmetry in primary auditory cortex for processing musical sounds: temporal pattern analysis of fMRI time series. Neuroreport, June 2011.
- Tina Gaspar, Marina Labor, Iva Juri, Dijana Dumanci, Vesna Ilakovac, and Marija Heffer. Comparison of emotion recognition from facial expression and music. Collegium antropologicum, 35 Suppl 1:163–167, January 2011.
- N. García-Casares, M. L. Berthier Torres, S. Froudist Walsh, and P. González-Santos. Model of music cognition and amusia. Neurologia (Barcelona, Spain), June 2011. DOI
- William J. Dawson. How and why musicians are different from nonmusicians: a bibliographic review. Medical problems of performing artists, 26(2):65-78, June 2011.